Tag: SAP

Promotion and added responsibilities for SAP’s Bhuvaneswar Naik

Naik is now vice president-HR, Office of the CEO, and HR leader-SAP Leonardo  

SAP launches flexible benefits for its employees in India

The initiative aims to grant employees the freedom to choose benefits based on their individual need covering both insurance & non-insurance options and accordingly customise a relevant benefit plan.

Kamal Vatnani joins Qualys as VP HR – India & APAC

He is in a leadership position responsible for managing end to end HR function for India and APAC at Qualys.

SAP introduces ‘Job Analyser’ to find gender bias in job posts

The tool highlights gender-specific posts as well as offending words and phrases for the HR team.

SAP India organises Code Week to upskill Indian youth

The objective is to empower students with digital literacy to bridge the digital divide, amongst rural youth in particular.

7 companies with highly-loved workplace practices

Even small tweaks in workplace practices, can make a huge change in attracting more talent and keeping employees happy and engaged

Real-time conversations replace age-old ratings at SAP

The new performance management programme— ‘SAP Talk: Real Conversations, Real Time’—works on continuous dialogue as the base for performance reviews.

Amazon, Dell, IBM among top 100 companies offering remote jobs in...

Multinationals, such as Hilton Worldwide, Convergys, Xerox, Dell, Intuit, ADP, IBM and SAP come under the top 30.

SAP IMPACT – a career launchpad for MBA graduates

The year-long programme is designed to attract students from the world’s leading universities.

SAP’s new technology facilitates unbiased decisions

The software company’s innovations in HCM will help drive inclusion for better business results.

SAP adopts ‘SAP Talk’, an ongoing performance appraisal model

The company has decided to drop the traditional annual performance reviews, in favour of this continuous performance management process.

Social Sabbatical: Learning with humility

Social sabbatical refers to social work, done away from the regular work schedule, for the general good of the society.

SAP unveils a next-gen consulting practice

SAP Next-Gen Consulting is a new strategic youth innovation initiative for the SAP ecosystem, enabling bright young minds to collaborate with SAP partners, the SAP University Alliances network, and SAP HR Early talent program participants.

SuccessFactors introduces next generation of intelligent HCM Software

In its enhanced form, it promises to simplify workforce changes by reinventing ‘self-services’ as ‘intelligent services’.

SAP to have 1% autistic employees by 2020

The company plans to take the number of autistic individuals in its India office from ten to 20. 

What employees want and what CEOs think they want

Despite the fact that Indian CXOs fail to gauge their employees' needs, the Indian workforce is among the happiest lot in the world. SucessFactors, a SAP company, identifies these gaps.

SAP and IBM to integrate HR Solutions on the cloud

The integration will help simplify not only business processes but also processes of recruitment, management of workforce and hiring-related decision-making. 

L&T Infotech bags SAP Implementation project for Rail Vikas Nigam

The business is estimated to be worth $10 Mn.

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Eli Lilly plays guardian angel to its employees

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5 ways to predict employee turnover

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Work-life balance top priority for job seekers: Universum survey

As per Universum’s annual survey of more than 24000 students from across Indian universities, Google is the most attractive workplace. And surprisingly, work-life balance...

Fr P. Christie, S.J. appointed director, XLRI

Xavier School of Management (XLRI), one of the country’s premier business schools, has a new director. Fr. P. Christie, SJ, has stepped into the...

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“A true leader is not dependent on title or designation,” Dwarakanath

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