Human Resources Applications
The HR Service Delivery and Systems team oversees and supports multiple University business applications. These applications enable:
- the University to store, maintain and report on key data about its faculty, staff and retirees
- managers to electronically approve time, submit open jobs, review job applications/resumes, view staff records and produce reports
- faculty and staff to view and manage their own personal and emergency information
- all in HR to provide service to our customers on a daily basis
Below is information about HR's four primary systems and how managers and administrators can gain access, generate reports and find documentation.
Time Collection (TCS) is Princeton University’s web – based time card processing system. It compensates the University's nonexempt biweekly – paid employees, including casual hourly employees and students. These employees and their supervisors can record and approve time worked as well as nonproductive time, such as vacation or holiday hours. TCS provides labor distribution information for noncommitted earnings for regular employees and all labor distribution for student and casual hourly employees.
Careers at Princeton for Staff (CAPS) is Princeton University’s primary job posting and applicant/resume tracking system for hiring managers and job applicants for staff positions effective January 3, 2017. Applicants can review open positions and apply for jobs. Hiring managers can complete requisitions to post open positions, review resumes, and run reports. Hiring managers who need access to the application system for academic positions, effective January 3, 2017, should contact the Office of the Dean of the Faculty.
Human Capital Management (HCM/HRMS), Princeton's PeopleSoft/Oracle system allows:
- faculty and staff to review and update personal and emergency information using HR Self Service
- authorized managers/administrators to view faculty and staff records for a specific department/area
- authorized departmental managers/administrators to run reports about their faculty and staff
Gain Access: HCM/HRMS Departmental User Access Request Form
Login: PeopleSoft HCM (to access the confidential records of faculty and/or staff in your department(s)/area)
Documentation: PeopleSoft HCM/HRMS Documentation
Reports: Human Resources Reports