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The Cure for Pain: Moving to Automated People Processes

White Paper Published By: Success Factors
Success Factors
Published:  Feb 22, 2012
Type:  White Paper
Length:  10 pages

Ask yourself, is your paper-based performance and talent management process holding your company back from future growth? Automation is a cure for your pains, but it also opens the door to a world of opportunity for small businesses. Download this white paper now, compliments of SuccessFactors, and see how easy it is to get started on the path to automated people processes.

  • Learn about the three steps to automation, ending with transforming your small business with strategic talent management
  • Discover the company-wide benefits you can gain through automating your performance management process
  • Gain insights into how your business can transform though strategic talent management

Simplfying the talent management process. Unifying employee data. Getting a holistic picture of your people and organization. It's all possible with automated performance management. Download your white paper now, compliments of SuccessFactors, and get started today.




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employee performance, high performance culture, high performing workforce, smart goals, performance reviews, goal setting, performance management, business strategy, business execution, strategy execution, business strategy software, business results, talent management, learning management, recruiting management, workforce planning, workforce analytics, succession planning, compensation, core competencies