Organization in legacy HR You can create, modify, view, define, and maintain employee data for your organization, in the non-scoped version of HR. Organization information is set up and maintained as follows. HR profiles within the organization User directory with all users in the organization (view only) Organization positions Organization locations (view only) Organization departments (view only HR managers or administrators set up the information. HR agents can create and maintain HR profile records and positions within the organization. Maintaining this data requires a defined process. Positions may be redefined, new areas of expertise may be set up within the HR organization, or new HR request processes may be needed. It is important for an HR administrator to define the process and assign responsibility appropriately so the HR data is accurate. HR profiles within the organization in legacy HRHR profile records store confidential employee data, such as name, personal contact information, email addresses, employment history, and contacts, in the non-scoped version of HR.Define organization positions in legacy HRAs part of the Human Resources setup process, you define positions to describe employee job functions within the organization. Positions are associated with employees in the HR profile, in the non-scoped version of HR.View organization locations in legacy HRLocation records store the address and contact details for each site in your organization and are assigned in the HR profile and user records of an employee, in the non-scoped version of HR. The location of an HR agent can be used for automatic assignment of HR cases.View organization departments in legacy HRDepartments are assigned in an employee's user profile and are synchronized to the HR profile, in the non-scoped version of HR.