A reorganization event is an event that groups together common tasks and activities related to creating new workday organizations, including structural changes, deletions, and hierarchical structure changes.
It is necessary for various activities such as creating a new workday company, including subordinate workday organizations, moving retirees, and maintaining departments.
To create a reorganization, a task is created, such as creating a new organization and assigning a name to the group of participants.
The reorganization date can be any date. The reorganization date can be in the past, today, or the future.
When creating a new organization, the reorganization event prompts for the creation of all organization objects. The event is used to group together activities and the effective date for the changes to be effective.
Reorganization is an event that groups together different reorganization activities. When creating a new organization, changes to the structure, assigning workers to customers, or moving retirees, these activities will use a reorganization event.
If a supervisory organization is not created, it will prompt the creation of a reorganization task. If a supervisory organization is not created, it can be created by clicking on the “create reorganization” field.
However, if a supervisory organization is not created, it is mandatory to specify the reorganization.
If a supervisory organization is created, it will not need to create a new reorganization. The purpose of creating a reorganization is to group similar activities into one place for viewing, auditing, and voting purposes.
This section discusses the concept of duplicates in a workday work environment, where a store name is created and another location is created. This can result in two different organizations and objects, as the duplicated task is not visible.
In the real environment, this is not possible due to the control over who creates the location and the tasks assigned to each person. In a workday training setting, 20 people would be given the same task, but in the real world, this doesn’t happen.
Admins in the workday company have access to the duplicated task, but they cannot delete or inactivate it. To make the task not use, users can go to related actions and inactivate the organization. However, not all objects have this option, and it depends on the object type.
A reorganization is an action that can be rescinded or deleted depending on the task type. It is difficult to prevent duplicates, but a reorganization is visible to everyone who has access to create one.
The first step in creating a company is to create it, which is a new workday implementation of the company. This can be done by migrating from a legacy application to Workday.
The reorganization event is a new workday implementation, and the name of the reorganization is chosen to group all activities for that day. The criteria for selecting the date for the reorganization is the date the changes need to be effective.
For example, if a company is starting or acquiring a new company with an effective date of June 1st, the reorganization should be targeted for the date of the new company’s launch or merger with the existing organization.
This ensures that the changes are effective and the company is ready for the transition to Workday.