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Improve Accrual Management

This project is on hold until further notice.

The goal of the Improve Accrual Management project is to improve UCPath accrual processing by calculating, validating, and correcting UCPath accruals through delivered functionality.

Why are we implementing this project?

Currently, Accrual Balances display incorrect data in certain instances such as employees with multiple jobs or changes in pay frequency. The incorrect data affects accrued balance accuracy and leave accrual liability accounting, which leads to manual work arounds resulting in increased chance of missing key deadlines.

The goal of the Improve Accrual Management project is to:

  • Improve UCPath accrual processing by calculating, validating, and correcting UCPath accruals through delivered functionality (Absence Management)
  • Reduce/eliminate customizations and move to delivered functionality
  • Provide accurate accrual balances online for employees
  • Timely and correct accrual balances will improve final pay accuracy
  • Establish foundation to improve and simplify leave management  eventually enabling self-service functionality
  • Reduce manual effort for the production team

What is the project timeline?

The Improve Accrual Management project kicked off in March 2023.

  • System Testing: April 2024
  • User Testing: June 2024
  • Go-Live: ON HOLD

*Note: dates listed above are subject to change.

How will this impact me?

The following Absence Management components will be impacted by the Improve Absence Management project:

  • Absence Balances: Modify the custom process to update with the correct balances ​
  • Absence Takes: Process will be updated to make it work more effectively with Time and Labor, and rerunnable in the event of a failure​
  • Absence Rules: AM engine will be updated to fix rules associated related to accruing leaves (Vacation, Sick and PTO)   
  • Absence Accruals and Accumulated Employee Balances: Fix defects associated with employee changes (bi-weekly to monthly) and when an employee reports certain extended leaves (e.g. FMLA, CFRA, PFCB, etc).​
  • Absence Balances: Will reorder UC Path’s processing ensuring complete and correct leave plan balances

Project Participants

Location Roles Participant Names
Project Manager Rosemarie Mirano-Del Mar
OCM Manager Monique Pascucci

Improve Accrual Management Preparation