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SAP SuccessFactors Cross Entity Rules

Hi Everyone, Hope you are all staying safe and healthy This blog post is about the new 1H 2021 SuccessFactors feature- Cross entity data update … The post SAP SuccessFactors Cross Entity Rules appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

7 Very Short Rules For Being Better At Recruiting!

Over the past few months have had dozens of conversations with Talent Acquisition leaders across America. From SMB to Enterprise, all types of markets, and all with basically the same kind of problem. The need to get better at recruiting, and the need to do it very quickly! (By the way, I actually wrote a book on how to do that! Duh!) The reality…

The Rules for Hugging at Work Post-Pandemic

Okay, I’ve been known as the guy who likes to hug, and I’m not sure why I have this designation but it might be because of this post here. Also, I tend to like hugs! And, I might have hugged a bunch of folks to kick off my speaking engagements demonstrating the Official Office Hugging Rules! My mate (that’s what English male friends call…

Career Rules They Don’t Teach You in College! #HRFamous

On episode 60 of The HR Famous Podcast, longtime HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett, Kris Dunn, and Jessica Lee come together to discuss vacations in St. George, Utah, the crew’s favorite career rules, and an update on hourly hiring in the U.S. Listen (click this link if you don’t see the player) and be sure to subscribe, rate, and review (Apple Podcasts) and follow (Spotify)! Show Highlights…

3 recruiting rules for startups in 2021

Read Time1 Minute, 1 Second “Those who survive ‘are not the strongest or the most intelligent, but the most adaptable to change.’”  When Sequoia released their public letter to founders and CEOs earlier this year, this Darwin analogy would come to mirror the largest contributor to the tech industry sidestepping complete pandemic doom.  Although a horrifying wave of startup layoffs hit the market in…

Random Rules of Leadership

Leadershipping is hard. You try as you might to do and say the right thing, to the right person, at the right time, and sometimes it works, and sometimes it fails miserably. That’s life. Mostly we try to be the best version of ourselves, and not f*ck up to bad! We love rules. Rules are safe. If you follow them, mostly things work out….

The Fight Club Recruiting Rules!

Great talent and great hiring are about getting the best candidates to respond to your messaging. It’s our reality as talent acquisition professionals that we have candidates who apply to our jobs, some of whom might be great. We also have to go out and find great talent and find ways to get them to respond to our overtures. It’s the number one job of every…

SAP SuccessFactors Employee Central – Optimizing Business Rules

This blog will provide an overview of the SuccessFactors Implementation design principles(SFIDP) document – SAP SuccessFactors Employee Central: Optimizing Business Rules For Specific Scenarios. The SuccessFactors Business Rules engine is a very powerful tool which can be used to meet a variety of business needs such as legal regulations, company policies, data validations, defaulting values, hiding/showing fields, eligibility calculation or other custom requirements. These…

3 Immediate #Coronavirus Rules for Every Workplace!

I’m not an alarmist, but this Coronavirus thing is getting serious! While this isn’t a big deal in the U.S. I respect the fact that the CDC and WHO are telling us all we need to get prepared. That Covid-19 is going to have an impact on our daily lives. In HR, we tend to be the ones who are responsible for the preparation…

The 3 Rules for Kissing Your Boss on Valentine’s Day!

May 20, 2013, I published a silly little post on my blog called “The Rules About Hugging at Work”. The post might have taken me twenty minutes to write. It was just an idea I got, like thousands of others, I thought it was funny, so I wrote about it. To date, it’s been read over 1 Million times. Huff Post picked it up,…

The Best of 2019! The Judy Rules!

I’m on a holiday break. Boys are home, we’re going on a trip. So, I’ve put together a Best of 2019 post list for you to enjoy. I’ll be back after the holidays with new stuff and some cool announcements for 2020! This post was written in Feb. 2019 after my Mom’s passing – such a great read! For those who don’t know my…