As we see more companies moving to an agile way of working, we often have our clients requesting how to adapt this approach for their SAP SuccessFactors system support.
In these challenging times when working remotely has become the new reality, virtual learning sessions are more relevant than ever. Organizations that conduct classroom trainings for their employees can leverage online meeting spaces to conduct instructor-led trainings.
SuccessFactors Compensation offers an easy and convenient style to compensation management which generates a more precise budget while creating the risk of information loss. We’ve learned from our countless implementations that preparation before the project starts is a key to success. Here are 5 steps for consideration that will help you prepare for your SAP SuccessFactors Compensation implementation.
As your company is moving from SAP HCM (or any other HR system) to SAP SuccessFactors your administrators will require a different skillset and approach. As an SAP SuccessFactors partner we are all experienced in providing support for your solutions, however your internal workforce should include a well-developed SuccessFactors analyst and / or admin to internally meet your business expectations.
Human Resources, as a practice, is ever evolving and growing exponentially. As it becomes more intuitive, we seek to find a way to keep pace with its new direction. This is how SuccessFactors can help:
RDS, or Rapid Deployment Solution is an implementation methodology style geared towards clients who are looking to take advantage of an HRIS system, but do not feel they need all of the “bells and whistles” of a full-scale, custom configuration.
Major changes are coming to SuccessFactors, and if you’re a Whitaker-Taylor client or another company using the software, you should understand how these changes affect you. New upgrades will take place for the Succession Org Chart & Matrix Grids v12, MDF Talent Pools, and Talent Search v2. Previous versions were automatically updated in preview instances on May 31st and will be ready for full production instances on June 29th.
The ability to access information on the fly and the means by which to do so plays a significant role in our society. So, it makes sense that a 2018 survey by the Pew Research Center found that 95% of adults in the US own a mobile device. Mobile devices give us access to an unlimited amount of data, right from the convenience of our fingertips. It’s also an easy way for us to stay connected to others around the globe.
By now, we have all been inundated with bits of information related to the upcoming changes to the SAP SuccessFactors Onboarding module. We know it’s coming, yet there are still a lot of unanswered questions about the interface and new functionalities.
Some changes are even being gradually introduced into the current application of Onboarding in beta.