Human Capital Management
Cardinal’s streamlined solution for the Commonwealth.
Cardinal Human Capital Management (HCM) is an integrated, streamlined solution for core human resources, health benefits, time management, and payroll business processes across the Commonwealth. When fully launched, it will bring improved efficiency, enhanced business processes, and integrated applications which allows for better access to information and greater operational efficiency. Cardinal HCM will also become the system of record for the statewide human resources, health benefits, and payroll.
Cardinal HCM can be accessed by visiting my.cardinal.virginia.gov.
Cardinal User Labs are also available for Release 1 users. A schedule is posted each week on the Announcements page.
HCM Project Update
The Cardinal HCM application is being deployed in two phases. A small group state agencies and localities received access in October 2021.
Cardinal HCM will be rolled out to the remainder of the state agencies, localities, and retirees in April 2022.
Essential Cardinal HCM Functions:
The Human Resources (HR) functional area contains all employee HR data related to the employee. This includes: personal data (e.g., name, address), job data (e.g., salary, hourly rate, pay group), and position data. This functionality helps support Cardinal Benefits, Time & Attendance, and Payroll.
The Benefits Administration functional area includes all processes required for maintaining health benefits for employees and their dependents. Processes include: open enrollment, administration of COBRA, life event maintenance, and ACA reporting.
Time & Attendance
The Time & Attendance (TA) functional area contains two modules: Time and Labor (TL) and Absence Management (AM). TA handles time and leave entry, as well as provides leave balances. Processes include: employee setup, time and attendance capture, approval, processing, and payroll integration and cost allocation.
Payroll is the functional area that enables calculation of earnings, taxes, and deductions. Processes include: payroll process, payroll costing, and periodic regulatory reporting.