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New Post 10/8/2014 7:47 PM
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User is offline chache
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Business Rule to decide employee home department 
Hi All,

I need to define a business rule to decide home organisation for an employee. In my organisation, it has several departments and most of the employees have responsibilities across several departments. Now the organisation wants to allocate a home department for each employee depending on their FTE (Full time equivalence)

Can someone proposed any algorithm for this?

Thanks in advance,
Chache
 
New Post 11/9/2014 8:27 AM
User is offline NitWitNick
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Re: Business Rule to decide employee home department 

I'd  probably go to Human Resources to see if an employee was given any type of job / position code or text job description when they were hired ... based on those, you can give them a default home department to start with ... and can be changed as needed as they get promoted or transferred to other areas.

Each department should have a number in the database ... like Payroll can be 001. so when someone gets hired for payroll, they are assigned the department code of 001.

It might require some drop down menu of organizational positions when hired and when that position is selected, a department code can be inserted into the new hire's database record ... a field might have to be added to the table.

I don't think there is any complex algorithms for this but a lot of IF statements.

If Employee_Position = 'Finance'

Department_code = 001

Else

If Employee_Position = 'Janitor'

Department_Code = 999

Endif


And So On ... 

 
New Post 4/21/2015 6:35 AM
User is offline Ashishkumar Singh
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Re: Business Rule to decide employee home department 

You can create  masters for "Department" and "Cost code " (responsibility) they working for .

Department will be assigned while creating employee and multiple cost code can be assigned to employee for responsibility they are working for. 


Example :

               Department for Employee is "Engineering"

       His cost codes are "Chemical" "Oil & Gas"

Here you can check home department is "Engineering" but employee responsibility are "Chemical" which is from fertilizer department & Oil & Gas from petroleum department.

 
New Post 6/26/2015 1:31 PM
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Re: Business Rule to decide employee home department 
I think you should go with Management Company which is solve your issues.
 
New Post 11/23/2015 11:52 PM
User is offline Diaz Jenkins
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Re: Business Rule to decide employee home department 

Thank you for sharing business management information.

 
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