HR 2017 is the definitive conference for organizations evaluating and running SAP® and SAP SuccessFactors solutions including core HR, talent management, and payroll. Top experts from SAP, leading independent consulting firms, and your industry counterparts will present roadmaps, tips, tricks, best practices, and strategic recommendations that you can immediately put to use upon returning to the office.
A step-by-step guide to automate your payroll process
Mike Timm, ICG
Linda Crosby, United Launch Alliance
The payroll process comprises multiple steps involving configuration and integration. Attend this 3-hour ...
This post is part I of a three-part series about hiring. Over the coming weeks, we’ll cover several different aspects of the hiring process, from what to look for when hiring, to how hiring affects your business, and what an interviewee can do to stand out from the rest.
The hiring process may seem to be a tedious task on the surface, but having a driven, dependable team of workers is the best way to invest in your business. So how ...
A recent article in the Wall Street Journal, called "Companies Say No to Having an HR Department," notes that companies ditching traditional HR are finding that "the only thing worse than having an HR department is not having one."
While HR is often perceived as a pain, it doesn't have to be that way. Human Capital Management software, coupled in with the right people, allows your HR department to function like it should instead of continuing to carry a negative perception.
Here are a ...
As Steve Bogner of Insight Consulting Partners jokes about SAP, "once you get into payroll, you don't go back."
While the SAP HCM Payroll module is immensely useful, taking full advantage of its functionality requires an intimate understanding of the processes at play behind the scenes--something that isn't always easy, given how many factors are involved.
This is a well-known dilemma for many business owners using SAP HCM software, which is exactly the reason that the SAPinsider studio hosted an SAP panel at ...
This post is part III of IV in a series about ICG’s support and outsourcing solutions. Over the coming weeks, we’ll cover each aspect of our support and outsourcing solutions, from global sourcing, to variable cost structure. You can see parts I and II here and here, respectively. Be sure to check back later for more posts in the series.
Throughout this series so far, we've covered two key parts of ICG's support and outsourcing solutions: global sourcing, and leveraging technology. But as you ...
This post is part IV of IV in a series about ICG’s implementation solutions. You can find parts I, II, and III of the series here, here, and here, respectively.
The previous three phases we've discussed over the last few weeks, project management, business blueprinting, and realization, lead us to the final go-live and support phase with a level of comfort and thorough understanding of how SAP is set up to run. By this point in the process, the staff has been trained, and support ...
This post is part III of IV in a series about ICG’s implementation solutions. Over the coming weeks, we’ll cover each aspect of our implementation solutions, from project management to go-live and support. Be sure to check back later for more posts in the series. You can find parts I and II of the series here and here, respectively.
After the critical steps of project management and business blueprinting, the next stage of ICG's implementation process is realization--the final stage before go-live and support.
Like project management ...
This post is part II of IV in a series about ICG’s implementation solutions. Over the coming weeks, we’ll cover each aspect of our implementation solutions, from project management to go-live and support. Be sure to check back later for more posts in the series. You can find part I of the series here.
On Monday, we covered part I of our series about ICG's implementation solutions, and discussed the approach we take during the project management stage of implementation.
The next step of ...