The user interface of the Workday careers website will be updated on Friday, April 8, to enhance the experience and usability for external job applicants. This enhancement was initially scheduled for implementation on March 12, 2022, with Workday 2022 R1. However, Workday has delayed this functionality and has rescheduled implementation for April 8. Changes include:
A new look and feel of the external career site starting April 8. A new search feature on the external careers site that allows a split view so applicants can view job details without leaving the search results page The page will retain the search criteria after clicking into a job posting providing a split view, whereas before, the applicant had to reenter the search upon returning to the search page. Appending the search filter/keywords to the end of the page URL link, allowing for a direct link to filtered search pages, providing anyone with the ability to directly link to specific filtered positions.
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While this enhancement will primarily be seen by external job applicants, please be aware of the changes should you receive any questions.
The first of Workday's two major releases in 2022 of enhancements and new functionality is scheduled to move to production on Saturday, March 12, from 2 a.m. to 6 a.m. Workday will be unavailable during the maintenance period.
Many of the changes coming in this release are either subtle or operate behind the scenes and will not be immediately noticeable. A Workday 2022R1 job aid is available in the Administrative Resource Center that explains the system changes that will be noticeable in more detail .
As shared in October , progress continues on the retirement of the legacy reporting systems tied to PeopleSoft HR and Finance, and will be complete at the end of calendar year 2021. In preparation for the shutdown, multiple activities have been completed or are ongoing to ensure that business and data analysts will have access to legacy data as needed. See the full post for more details and additional activity highlights.
Remaining activities for the university's Workday rollout include the retirement and shutdown of PeopleSoft data sources, BuckeyeOasis tools, and eReports and BuckIQ reporting services. Beginning November 1, access to these systems will be restricted to a small group of core users prior to system shutdown on December 31, 2021. Please review the full announcement for more detailed information on how to access common reports and historical data using new data tools.