SAPFurthering its reputation as an industry leader in innovative solutions that simplify business, SAP has recently brought to the fore SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting Posting. This cloud-based solution is designed specifically to help organizations hire the top talent from around the world.

Bringing the world closer together, SAP SuccessFactors gives organizations the capability to post jobs to more than 3,000 sources in more than 80 countries. This includes job boards, colleges and universities, and social networks, enabling large, midsize and small businesses to quickly find high-performing talent to lead innovation and growth.

The best part about SAP SuccessFactors is that the detailed sourcing analytics mean recruiters can spend more time in personal engagements with candidates and less time sorting through the acquisition process.

With SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting Posting, recruiters can post jobs in multiple languages across multiple sources and analyze performance in real time to help optimize sourcing budget and candidate flow. Managing postings and evaluating and comparing the effectiveness of channels on one simple, user-friendly interface can help save time and help improve return on investment.

The result: getting the right people into the right roles quickly to help ensure organizational success.

“With today’s pressure to find the right person as quickly as possible whenever you have a job opening, I think we always wonder if we’ve cast a wide enough net,” said Mike Ettling, president of SAP SuccessFactors.* “Today, you have to be where the best candidates are. By giving you instant and easy access to organizational, niche and school job boards, as well as social networks around the world, we’re taking the complexity out of the sourcing game. Our recruiting solution is the most global in the market, meaning you have greater access to top talent, and you’ll more efficiently and effectively manage and measure who, how and where you recruit.”

“We are experiencing significant growth organically and through acquisitions, so simplifying our HR platform and recruiting process was essential to our success,” said Thayre Faust, director of IT at A.O. Smith Corporation. “We needed to improve the experience of our candidates, recruiters, hiring managers and HR, so we turned to SAP SuccessFactors solutions to support our HR transformation journey.” Mary Sue Handel, director of Global Talent Management at A.O. Smith, added, “We are implementing the entire SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting solution for faster sourcing, better candidate engagement and simplified hiring. With real-time analytics, we will be able to drive better decision making, which is critical to our brand recognition and talent acquisition goals.”

SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting offers end-to-end recruiting capabilities that can help organizations source, engage and hire the world’s top talent.

·         SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting Posting — Global job postings with analytics to provide comprehensive visibility into sourcing to cut cost and time in reaching the best candidates

·         SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting Marketing — Responsive candidate experience across all devices to build talent pipelines and engage both active and passive candidates around the world

·         SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting Management — Streamlining the hiring process from mobile applications and interview scheduling to online offer letters to help simplify hiring the best talent for your business needs

To learn more about SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting Posting, visit the new Recruiting to Win landing page here and register to view the recent StayConnect recruiting demo here.

For more information, visit the SAP News Center. Follow SAP on Twitter at @sapnews and SAP SuccessFactors solutions at @SuccessFactors.


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