Nestlé is globally known as one of the largest food companies. Now, it has implemented SAP’s SuccessFactors of Continuous Performance Management (CPM). The company announced recently in London. CPM helps the company engage and retain top talent by fostering continuous dialogue and feedback between the managers and the employees. CPM promises features of easy-to-use, leading edge performance and development tools.
Nestlé has its employees working in 191 countries. This makes it necessary for it to engage its people with broader business goals and strategy while also standardizing performance management and development. Alongside, it is also empowering a modern digital workforce to ensure all its employees across the globe have access to a cloud-first, mobile enabled and flexible HR platform.
Along with CPM, Nestle is also planning a rollout of SAP SuccessFactors Employee Central and SAP SuccessFactors solutions for workforce analytics and workforce planning across all regions with a target to go-live by the end of 2019. All of this contributes to Nestlé to engage, motivate and retain a highly skilled, diverse and global workforce. It can also align performance management with other critical HR and business process.
“Nestlé is truly one of the most recognizable and innovative companies in the world. It is refreshing to see the Nestlé commitment to every individual in its massive workforce. It recognizes that investing in a differentiated and digitalized experience for employees today is a strong investment in the future of both its talent and the company. We’re excited to continue innovating and partnering with Nestlé to provide an employee experience that truly powers its journey to become the world’s leading nutrition, health and wellness brand”, said Robert Enslin, member of executive board of SAP SE and President of Cloud Business Group, SAP.
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