Business learning technologies can help identify best workforce performers
According to SuccessFactors, business learning technologies can help identify the best workforce performers.
Auckland, New Zealand – (02/10/2012) – According to SuccessFactors, business learning technologies can help identify the best workforce performers. This use of analytics aids with the effective targeting of employee development and identifying the most skilled individuals to promote to plug the gaps from the talent shortage.
In a recent study compiled by SuccessFactors, an SAP company, results showed that skills shortage affects business performance, and as a result, all your best people could leave due to weak economies, unpredictable markets, rapid technological development, and an ageing workforce. After conducting the research, SuccessFactors found that talent management and business execution software can improve the performance of the entire business.
According to a recent survey, 61% of organisations using collaborative technology found that employees were well or very well aligned to the corporate strategy and goals. When you also consider that nearly two out of five businesses that use a talent management solution have seen productivity improve in the last five years, it’s clear that while applying technology to HR might sound bewildering it does offer clear, proven benefits to business performance.
As every business is different, it is worth discovering the impact that talent management technology could have on your workforce’s capabilities by taking a 90 second benchmarking test to see how you compare to other companies. You’ll also get immediate recommendations on what you can do to improve, and where to get guidance on creating a winning talent management strategy.
To find this workforce analytics test, visit http://www.successfactors-skilledworkforce.com/benchmarking.php. Additionally, more about business learning technologies and business execution software can be found via www.successfactors.com.
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