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Hi everyone, I'm in the process of deploying D365 Human Resources to my NPO and I have a couple questions. Generally I've been able to find what I need online but just have these 2 things outstanding.
Question 1. It seems D365 HR doesn't have a native time tracking / timesheet functionality, like you would find in Business Central. Is there an easy way to leverage the tasks within HR to create timesheets?
Question 2. From what I understand, you can mark jobs as vacant and have them display internally for staff to apply. Is there a way to advertise your open positions externally to say the company website? If so, where would I find the settings for this?
I do understand both of these things are likely accomplishable through extensions, but unfortunately our budget doesn't have room for any more subscriptions beyond the base HR
Any help would be greatly appreciatedThanks.
Timesheet functionality is part of Dynamics 365 Project operations or Dynamics 365 Field service. Dynamics 365 consists of multiple applications for dedicated purposes. HR is focusing on core HRM only. Business Central is also an option for timesheets.
The Attract module had the option to post open jobs on e.g. LinkedIn. This feature has been deprecated and is not available anymore for new customers.
Microsoft is going to develop the Timesheet functionality for D365 HR in the future which is already mentioned in past in agreement with FourVision But I don't see any date is available.
Here is the reference link: www.fourvision.com/.../
If you see this as your business requirement then you can contact different ISV partners through appsource.
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