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Q31. In your client company, proration has been enabled on the element. The payroll user has updated the Grade of the employee in the middle of the payroll period. This has triggered the proration Event. What happens once the proration event is triggered?
A. It creates two Input Values: one for the payroll period up to the day before the event, and one from the date of the event to the end of the period.
B. It creates two Global Values: one for the payroll period up to the day before the event, and one from the date of the event to the end of the period.
C. It creates two Run Results: one from the payroll period start date up to the day before the event, and one from the date of the event to the end of the period.
D. It runs the payroll run twice: once before the event and once after the event.
E. The employee is added to an Assignment Set for that payroll period.
Proration is expected to have two different results using the date as the demarcation
BRM does the following to calculate the prorated fee for each product that is valid during the cycle:
1. Calculates the unit intervals. See "Calculating the Unit Interval".
2.Calculates the scales for the part of the period to be prorated that falls into each unit interval.
3.Sums up the scales for all the unit intervals to get the scale for the entire period to be prorated.
4.Calculates the prorated amount by multiplying the scale for the entire period by the cycle fee amount.
Reference: Oracle, Communications Billing and Revenue Management Configuring and Running Billing, Calculating Prorated Cycle Fees
Q32. In your client company, 500 employees are eligible for Telephone Allowance (Recurring Element).
This element needs to be attached to all employees hired after 01-Jan-2010. Because of the volume of the data, manual Element Entries cannot be created for all the employees. How would this be achieved?
A. Define an Assignment Set and enter criterion to select Employees hired after 01-Jan-2010. In the batch Element Entry, use the create Batch Lines window to create identical lines for all assignments Set.
B. Use the mass Assignment update feature to update the assignment data of all the employees.
C. Attach the element as a Standard link with No eligibility criteria defined.
D. Attach the Element as a Standard Link with Eligibility Criteria defined as Hire Date greater than equal to 01-Jan-2010.
(The Assignment Set can be used to select assignment lines pertaining to the specific criteria and populated in the Batch Element Entry)
Note: Entering Batch Lines
A batch line is one element entry for an assignment. Use the Create Batch Lines window to create identical lines for all assignments identified by an assignment set. This is a quick way to create many lines for an element. If the input values need to vary between assignments, you can leave these blank and add them later using the Batch Lines window.
In the Batch Lines window, you can enter new lines for individual assignments, and you can view and edit lines created automatically for an assignment set. You can speed up entry of new lines by entering default input values
Reference: Oracle Human Resource Management Systems, Entering Batch Lines
Q33. In a company XYZ, the HR User wants to store the Long Service Bonus amount based on the number of years of service. For 0 to 5 years of service, the value is 40,000 USD; for 6 to 7 years, the value is 45,000 USD; for 8 to 10 years, the value is 47,000 USD and for service above 10 years ft is 55,000 USD. How can this be maintained in a User Defined Table?
A. Create a User Defined Table with the Match Type set as Match and Key Unit of Measure as Number. In the Table Values, specify the Upper and Lower Bound of years of service and applicable allowance value.
B. Create a User Defined Table with the Match Type set as Match and Key Unit of Measure as Text. In the Table Values, specify the Upper and Lower Bound of years of service and applicable allowance value.
C. Create a User Defined Table with the Match Type set as Range and Key Unit of Measure as Number. In the Table Values, specify the Upper and Lower Bound of years of service and applicable allowance value.
D. Create a User Defined Table with the Match Type set as Range and Key Unit of Measure as Text. In the Table Values, specify the range of years of service and applicable allowance value.
E. Create a User Defined Table with the Match Type set as Range and Key Unit of Measure as Date. In the Table Values, specify the Upper and Lower Bound of years of service and applicable allowance value.
Q34. In your client company, one of the users has created a global rating scale but is unable to find it in the List of Values while defining a local competency. Identify the two reasons.
A. The user is trying to create a local competency hence the global scale is not available.
B. The user has created a rating scale of the type Proficiency.
C. The user has created a rating scale of the type Weighting.
D. The user has created a rating scale of the type Performance.
E. The user has not marked the rating scale as a default rating scale.
F. The user has not specified the cluster name to which the competency belongs.
Q35. Identify the two key Flexfields to which any number of structures can be associated within a single Business Group.
B. People Group
C. Personal Analysis
D. Cost Allocation
E. Collective Agreement Grades
Q36. Identify the two tasks that can be performed in Compensation Workbench (CWB)
A. Set Budgets
B. Review and Submit
C. Change Supervisor
D. Change Cost Center
E. Change Job
Explanation: Typically, there are five tasks performed in CWB :
* Set Budgets
* Review and Submit
* Allocate Compensation
* Manage Approvals
* Employee Statements
Reference: Compensation Work Bench, An Overview
Q37. The HR department of the XYZ company has two types of users: HR Administrator and Head of Department (HoD), using the HR Executive and HR Manager responsibilities, respectively. Currently, both the responsibilities can be used to approve the salary proposal. The HoD wants to ensure that the HR Administrator can create salary proposals but not approve it. The Salary proposal should be approved only by the HoD. How can this be achieved?
A. Remove the access to the Salary Management function from the HR Executive responsibility.
B. Set the profile option HR: Defer Update after Approval to Yes to ensure that the salary cannot be approved by the HR Executive.
C. Use AME to configure this rule in the system.
D. Use SSHR personalization to restrict the salary approval.
E. Exclude the function: Salary Administration: Approve in the HR Executive responsibility.
Consider the function "Salary Administration Approve". In this scenario, without this function, users can enter salary proposals but they cannot approve them.
Reference: Oracle Human Resources Management Systems Compensation and Benefits Management Guide, Setting Up Salary Administration
Q38. Identify two functions for an Element Set that is of type Customization Set.
A. To restrict the elements that can be entered or viewed on a configured version of the Element Entries window
B. To specify the elements for which the RetroPay By Element process must be run
C. To specify the elements for which the Payroll Run process must be run
D. To specify the elements to be entered for assignments using Batch Element Entry in Batch Assignment window
E. To define the Elements over which the costs of other elements are distributed in the Element Link window
Customization Sets are used to restrict the elements that can be entered or viewed on a customized version of the Element Entries window and can be used in BEE as well
Note: You can use a Customization set to:
* Restrict the elements that can be entered or viewed on a configured version of the Element Entries window. (A)
* Specify the elements to be entered for assignments using BEE in the Batch Assignment Entry window. (D)
* Prevent users updating entry values in the Element Entries window for a group of elements. You select the element set in the HR:Non-Updateable Element Set user profile option.
* Restrict the elements displayed in the Compensation Activity view in SSHR. You select this element set in the Element Set Name user profile option.
Reference: Oracle Human Resources Management Systems Compensation and Benefits Management Guide, Defining an Element or Distribution Set
Q39. An employee is in the China Business Group but the permanent address is in the United States. Can the residential address be stored in the US address style?
A. The address style cannot be changed since it is based on the employee's assignment location.
B. The address style cannot be changed since it is based on the location attached to be business group.
C. The address style can be set to the US address style.
D. The address style cannot be changed since it depends on the legislation attached to the business group.
E. The address style cannot be changed since it depends on the location attached to the position associated with the employee.
When entering an employee address, the address style needs to be chosen. In this respect, the US Address style can be selected to enter the address in US style.
Q40. For XYZ Company, the Costing Allocation Flexfield structure has three segments: Company, Cost Center, and Account. One of the employees was initially costed to the 3500 cost center and his accounting entries for a non-recurring earning element were as follows: Debit: 100. 3500.6000, Credit: 105. 1000.7000
The cost center was changed to 5000 and the RetroCosting Process was run. What will be the costing entries created by the retro costing process?
A. Debit: 100.5000.6000, Credit: 100.3500.6000
B. Debit: 100.5000.6000, Credit: 105.1000.7000
C. Debit: 100.3500.6000, Credit: 100.5000.6000
D. Debit: 100.3500.6000, Credit: 105.1000.7000
E. No entries will be created because the costing process has already been run for the assignment.