Create one set of human resources capabilities within Dynamics 365
This content is archived and is not being updated. For the latest documentation, go to What's new or changed in Human Resources. For the latest release plans, go to Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform release plans.
Some of the functionality described in this release plan has not been released. Delivery timelines may change and projected functionality may not be released (see Microsoft policy). Learn more: What's new and planned
|Admins, makers, marketers, or analysts, automatically
|Jan 31, 2022
|To be announced
This feature will merge the capabilities from the standalone Human Resources app into the Finance and Operations infrastructure.
Within Dynamics 365 today are two sets of human resources capabilities. One set is in the standalone Human Resources application, which uses a different infrastructure than Finance and Operations apps. The other set of capabilities is in the legacy Human Resources module in Dynamics 365 Finance. This causes confusion for customers and partners about which set of capabilities to use.
Merging the Human Resources infrastructure into the same infrastructure as other Finance and Operations apps, such as Finance, Supply Chain Management, and Project Operations, eliminates the confusion about which set of capabilities to use. You'll have a single set of human resources capabilities within Dynamics 365.
Some of these capabilities include:
- Leave and absence management
- Benefits management
- Task management
Capabilities will start to be available in Feature Management on Operations environments following the Service Update Availability process.
Timeline for capability availability:
|Personnel management core
|Compliance & Case management
|Employee & manager self service
|Legacy benefits management
|Leave and absence management
|Dynamics 365 Human Resources Teams app