Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Human Capital Management News

New Feature Pack Adds Efficiency Tools to Oracle’s PeopleSoft HCM
In a move that signals Oracle’s continuing investments in Oracle’s PeopleSoft human capital management solutions, the company announced the availability of PeopleSoft HCM Feature Pack 2 capabilities.Read More

Roadmaps Revealed: Enterprises Discuss Why They’re Adopting Oracle Fusion HCM
Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management has been designed from the ground up to be a fully integrated HR and talent management system that can run on-premise or in the cloud. It allows organizations to align their HR business to the rest of the organization and be more strategic with their talent. Oracle Fusion HCM also includes game-changing functionality such as actionable talent reviews, predictive analytics, and social networking.Read More

Survey Reveals Widespread Misalignment of HR and Business Strategies
Human resources executives overwhelmingly see talent retention as the top business challenge for their organizations, but most say their HR organizations lack a formal talent management strategy. The reason: siloed business practices, created in part by the use of niche technologies, make it difficult to coordinate compensation, promotion, succession planning, and other key talent development activities.Read More

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