Workday will be adding Mobile App support for iOS 15 and removing on-going support for iOS 13 starting October 25th. All future updates of the native Workday mobile app will only be supported on iPhone and iPad devices running iOS 14 and higher. Users will still be able to log into Workday on iPhone and iPad devices running iOS 13 while using a mobile browser.
New reports are available for budget managers and their delegates to view their budgets and monitor spend activity. These reports are available from the W&L Budget vs Actuals worklet on the Workday Homepage, under the Summary Reports tab. The current reports are still available in the Detailed Reports tab as before. Some key enhancements and features are summarized below:
Please refer to the following guide for instructions on how to access and use these new Summary reports.
Get easy-to-find answers to common Workday questions on the new Workday Quick Tips page.
An application linking you to common actions and views related to time off, including time off correction, leave of absence, view your time off, and time off balance.
An application linking you to common actions and views related to benefits, including change benefits, beneficiaries, and dependents. View your benefit elections and current benefits cost.
An application linking you to common actions and views related to your career, including refer candidates and view your certifications, education, languages, job history, and awards.
An application linking you to common actions and views related to compensation including comparing a direct report's pay and salary range to others on the team.
An application containing key management reports and actions.
An application linking you to information about other workers in the company. You can also view your organizational chart, your management chain, and organizations to which you belong.
An application linking you to common actions and views related to expenses, including creating and editing expense reports and viewing expense policies, reports, transactions, payment elections, and recent expenses.
An application containing favorite reports and tasks for easy access. You can add actions (cost centers, employees, organizations) that you access frequently to the Favorites worklet on the Workday home screen.
An application linking you to common actions and views related to your pay. You can use this application to access withholding elections and payment elections and to view payslips, total compensation, bonus, and tax documents.
An application linking you to common actions and views related to performance, including viewing goals, reviews, feedback received, and skills.
An application linking you to common actions and views related to your personal information, including changing your contact and personal information, emergency contacts, photo, legal name, and preferred name.
Easily request vacation and personal days.
A compact report displayed as an icon on your Home page, providing easy access to tasks and information you use on a regular basis.Applications include Pay, Personal Information, Benefits, and Expenses.
Objects used to store data in Workday (such as organizations or workers). A business object has fields and instances, which are analogous to rows and columns in a spreadsheet.
The set of tasks that need to be completed for an event to occur, the order in which they must be done, and who must do them.
Canceling a business process stops the workflow in progress and reverses changes made to data. You can't cancel a completed business process; you must rescind it.
A specialized landing page containing a set of pre-configured worklets for a functional area that you can copy or modify. You can add additional custom worklets to dashboards using the report writer.
A business process transaction that occurs within your organization, such as hiring or terminating an employee.
A clickable icon used to narrow down data. Clicking this icon will create a row on your report where you filter data to display from one or more columns.
A group of people with specific responsibilities and permissions. When a business process runs, the role for each step includes all of the workers in that role in the business process target organization.
A named attribute that you can assign to events and objects to indicate their business purpose. For example, you can create a Customer worktag, whose values are the names of your customers. You can use the worktag to assign a customer to an expense in an expense report or a product sales event.