HR Path is pleased to announce its acquisition of Whitaker-Taylor, an HR technology company based in North America and the Netherlands.
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In the digital world we live in, we like to have all data at our fingertips, but what data do we need in order to complete our work? What should we have access to? One of the seven key principles of GDPR is data minimization. This means that we should not store or collect more data about a user than what we need to run our business. The principle is designed to make sure companies limit what they store about a user. When you are creating your system, always ask yourself if you need the data that you want to store to run your operations. If the data is not needed to run your business operations, then it should not be stored.
With the implementation of a new Human Resource Information System, a key success element is the user adoption of the system. In other words, familiarizing your employees with the new system processes, workflows, and functionalities. To achieve a smooth transition, the focus on communication, training and ongoing support are key. Especially for international companies that have to cater to multiple languages, localizations and various support models, this can be a time consuming and expensive activity.
A user-friendly website, app or tool is essential to captivate and bind your customers and employees to you and your organization. Not only is the device gaining attention, User Experience (UX) as a whole is becoming increasingly important. UX is about more than just ease of use. It is about creating an optimal and total experience. Interestingly, one might ask why UX matters so much for employees.
One of the highest demands in any workplace, spanning all industries, is the need to assess, evaluate and develop talent. Whether you’re a sports General Manager keeping a close eye on the mock draft boards, or a Vice President of Talent Management looking for the best solution to monitor skill gaps, there is a certainty that top talent is vital to a productive workforce. SuccessFactors identifies this as a key necessity and continues to offer tools that facilitate talent development by continuously enhancing the Career Development Planning module, with arguably the best tool for talent assessment, the Career Worksheet.
People make your business which is why employee engagement has been one of the top priorities for many organizations lately. However, in today’s uncertain times, it can be a challenge for leaders to connect with their employees. Connecting is not just a matter of giving employees the right tools to perform their work from home and providing them with trust and flexibility. To foster business growth and maximize employee retention, it is important that leaders actively pursue employee engagement. But the question is how? How do you engage your employees? Are there tools that can support employee engagement?
Succession planning is an important aspect of any company’s Talent Management strategy. It prepares for the inevitable changes in a company’s workforce, whether that is through new hires, separations, or transfers. SuccessFactors Succession Management allows a company to plan for all these factors.
SuccessFactors is an expansive system, designed to enhance your employee’s human resource experience. Employee Central, although fairly new, continues to provide solutions to all your needs. With many of the platform updates becoming more predictive and automated, SuccessFactors HCM Employee Central brings Intelligent Services to the table.
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.