5 Reasons Why Software Integrations are Difficult, And The Magic behind ThemJanuary 16, 2015
Here are five tips to help make the integration process slightly less painful.
A Letter to Compensation ProfessionalsJanuary 13, 2015
Everyone deserves to be thanked at least occasionally. Even the Compensation folks. Especially the Compensation folks.
Do You Have the Supply Data for Strategic Workforce Planning?January 8, 2015
Here’s a list of key data elements, you’ll need to get started with strategic workforce planning.
Moving from the passive to active recruiter through educationDecember 30, 2014
We explore ideas to help you move from the passive to an active recruiter through education.
Don’t Let Your Talent Reviews Outputs Collect Dust: Five Essential Strategies for ImpactDecember 22, 2014
Here are five essential strategies that process owners and administrators of the succession process need to master to successfully implement talent review with the calibration function within the SuccessFactors Succession Management application.
Market your SuccessFactors Learning Courses With Catalog Recommendations
We examine three primary components to setting up Recommendations in SAP SuccessFactors LMS.
Creating a Solid Business Case for a World Class Onboarding SystemDecember 19, 2014
Creating a solid and rich business case for new systems is vital to the success of Human Resource responsibilities.
360 Degree Feedback – the Best Thing Since Sliced Bread – or is it?December 17, 2014
There are a few common “pitfalls” to a 360 process to be aware of if your organization is thinking about adding 360 reviews or looking for ways to make your current process more effective.
How To Facilitate Optimal End User Adoption With HCM SolutionsDecember 12, 2014
The true measure of a new HCM application is the user adoption levels achieved throughout an organization. There are seven crucial strategies for consideration that will lead to increased adoption levels.
Moving from the Passive to Active Recruiter through EnablementDecember 2, 2014
Here are some very small steps that can get you started down the path to being a strategic partner.