This Fusion Applications: Oracle HCM Cloud Time and Labor training teaches you how to implement, configure, and use Time and Labor for your enterprise. Learn how to report, approve, and transfer time. Explore the Time and Labor setup and time reporting tasks through lectures, discussions, demonstrations, and hands-on activities.Learn To:Create time period definitions that produce repeating periods.Create time card fields, which are a collection of properties that enables different user groups to report time against different time attribute values.Create a collection of different time entry layouts for entering, reviewing, and approving time. Associate time card fields with layout sets. Create groupings of time attributes as categories. Use these categories to group time entries for summarizing, validating, and transferring time and for processing time rules. Create time consumer sets that specify approval periods, validation rules, and time transfer rules for each time consumer.Create group definitions that are used by Time and Labor.Create worker setup profiles that associate time entry configurations with workers. Benefits to YouBy taking this course, you can ensure a smooth, rapid implementation of Fusion Time and Labor. You'll develop a better understanding of the configuration options so you can make improved decisions during your implementation.Security for Oracle Fusion HCM Oracle Fusion Functional Setup ManagerLearn how Oracle Fusion uses job and data roles, role inheritance and security privileges to secure application functionality and data access. You'll also use Oracle Fusion Functional Setup Manager to plan, configure and implement Time and Labor.Oracle Fusion Time and Labor ImplementationConfigure and manage repeating time periods, time consumer sets, time categories, layout sets, rules, setup profiles, and groups. Test Your ImplementationEnter and submit time as a worker, approve time as a manager, and transfer time as a time consumer. Please NoteThis course is relevant for any customers using Fusion Applications through Release 11.1.9. It's beneficial for both Oracle Cloud and on-premises deployments.