NEW FEATURE - View, Print, or Save Your Pay Advice

View, print, or save your pay advice is a new feature under Employee Self Service (ESS) within SHARE HCM that enables employees to now view, print, or save copies of their Pay Advices.

ESS gives you secure password-protected access to view and print a copy of your Pay Advices issued from January 1, 2016 and thereafter.

Here is the SHARE navigation path: Self Service > Payroll and Compensation > My Paycheck

For more detailed information regarding this new Share feature, please refer to the following document links:

How to View/Print/Save Your Pay Advice

Pay Advice FAQ

The SHARE Upgrade—Project Goals and Priorities

From the SHARE Tech Alert - MAY 2016

The SHARE upgrade is not just a technology update for the system; it involves many different aspects of the work we do—state operations, business processes, system training programs, and our working culture across agencies. To make sure each of these aspects are addressed during the upgrade effort, the SHARE team brought together key leaders and team members to discuss the objectives of the upgrade and how they align with agency needs.

This discussion led us to the project goals and priorities displayed below, which act as the guide for all activities that the SHARE upgrade team will engage in during the next 18-24 months. While keeping these in mind, the upgrade team aims to build a foundation for future progress that agencies and state leadership can use to continue improving state operations.

These goals will be included in many of the activities that the SHARE upgrade team will be leading in the next few months—be sure to look for them again. Please also feel free to send questions about the upgrade and its goals directly to the SHARE upgrade team at As a reminder, the SHARE team is not accepting SHARE enhancement projects at this time to focus on providing value to agencies through the upgrade.

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PeopleSoft 9.2 Upgrade Project – It’s Here!

From the SHARE Tech Alert - FEB 2016

Exciting things are happening at SHARE. The SHARE team, key agency staff, and several consultants are currently working to upgrade PeopleSoft version 8.9 in HCM and 8.8 in Financials to the current release of 9.2. The project is expected to take 18 months to two years to complete.

Originally deployed in July 2006, SHARE is comprised of the PeopleSoft Human Capital Management (HCM) and Financial Supply Chain Management (FSCM) suites. SHARE is the backbone of the state’s human resources and financial processing, including personnel management, payroll, benefits, general accounting, purchasing, payments, asset tracking, and cash management. Since its implementation, SHARE’s services and functions have helped standardize and consolidate these processes statewide. The upgrade represents a significant opportunity to increase this standardization.

In addition, the 9.2 upgrade delivers enhanced functionality and new features to users, including:

  • An updated look-and-feel for easier system interactions

  • Automated processes to support key tasks

  • Streamlined workflows

  • Enhanced reporting capabilities

The SHARE team is working with representatives from agencies statewide so that the upgraded system satisfies their business requirements. This is a collaborative effort intended to review key business processes and eliminate redundant steps whenever possible. This streamlined approach helps New Mexico align with leading practices adopted by other states and public entities.

The SHARE team has worked diligently to prepare for success of the 9.2 upgrade, tackling the following required preparatory steps over the past two years:

  • Added additional dedicated resources to the SHARE team

  • Upgraded hardware and infrastructure

  • Upgraded the Oracle database from 10g to 11g

  • Upgraded PeopleTools from 8.49 to 8.52 (see article, pg. 1)

  • Ran multiple practice runs of the 9.2 software upgrade process

SHARE leadership will provide regular updates on the status of this exciting project in our newsletter and on the SHARE Info Center website at Please check the site often for valuable information and other useful tips about the SHARE system.

SHARE Information Center Content Manager
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Your timesheet view can be set to default to displaying the entire current 2 week time period. In addition, you can select the day to start in the default display (set to Saturday, for example).

To do this, go to Self Service>Time Reporting>User Preferences. In the ‘Default Timesheet Display’ and choose Time Reporting Period to display the current 2 week period. In *Start Day of Week, select Saturday to display the period starting on Saturday. When complete, click Save. Note: Please do NOT change Time Prepopulation Method.

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