When considering companies with a significant amount of employees, the process of effectively retaining employees is increasingly difficult and somewhat impossible to manage manually. Employee retention is one of the most matured fields to which predictive analytics has been applied.
There are recorded instances where an algorithm has identified an employee's intentions to leave before that same employee consciously formed that opinion.
Automated Talent Management & Employee Skill Inference using Artificial Intelligence
By Hugo Pereira And Daniel Oliveira
The COVID-19 pandemic, the rise of technology and an increase on market competitivity are resulting in higher numbers of employee turnover making the talent management and onboarding tasks very difficult to deal with and very prone to human error. In addition to this, poor talent management, onboardings and tasks allocations may lead to inefficient productivity issues.
All of these are often what prevent many companies to reach success!
Managing corporate written communication in a large company can be an arduous task. Find out how Letter will help you take control over all documents, how you will be able to easily propagate changes from master documents to their templates and how Letter easily integrates with the existing business processes to act as a reliable and powerful document generation solution.
Keep Authorizations Synchronized with SAP® On-Premise and SAP Cloud Solutions
By André Bezerra
Struggling with the integration of authorizations? Keep it easy! The SAP® on-Premise Central User Administration (CUA) as master will propagate authorization changes to external solutions in the cloud - such as SuccessFactors® and SAP Fiori® Launchpad - keeping them always synchronized.
In complex technological landscapes, where an SAP® on-Premise Central User Administration - CUA - coexists with external solutions in the cloud - such as SuccessFactors® or the SAP Fiori® Launchpad hosted in SAP HANA® Cloud Platform (HCP) – how can you avoid the risks of non-corresponding authorizations for the same user in different applications? Keeping coherent authorizations across all platforms is fundamental to efficiency - users should not be stopped from carrying out their work because of incorrect or outdated authorizations. It is also critical for security reasons, because employees should only perform tasks and have access to data for which they are authorized.
Discover why the SAP OpenUI5 user interface library is an obvious choice to create line-of-business applications that have the same look and feel of SAP HR applications, like SuccessFactors and SAP Fiori apps. And you can do all this while keeping your existing Microsoft ASP.NET web applications.
In this article we explain how to attain the goal of applying the SAP OpenUI5 user interface library to create line-of-business applications that have the same look and feel of SAP HR applications, like SuccessFactors and SAP Fiori apps. The challenge is to achieve this goal using Microsoft ASP.NET MVC as the underlying technology for SAP HR cloud extensions. We also show that it is easy to convert existing .NET business application to use OpenUI5 when the user interface coding is completely isolated from the application logic.