Reviewing the New Features and Enhancements in the 2H 2023 Release

Objectives

After completing this lesson, you will be able to:

  • Describe the new features and enhancements for the 2H 2023 release

Introduction to Stay Certified Information

Stay Certified information refers to the content that was formerly known as the Delta information or stay current information. Find all new features and enhancements for the release in the What's New Viewer on the SAP Help portal.

If you want more details on a topic, proceed as follows:

  1. Navigate to the SAP SuccessFactors Release Information in the SAP Help portal (https://help.sap.com/viewer/product/SAP_SUCCESSFACTORS_RELEASE_INFORMATION/)

  2. From the drop-down list to the right of the SAP SuccessFactors Release Information title, select the appropriate language.

  3. Select What’s New Viewer (English).

  4. Select the filters as required to view the topic.

  5. If the topic contains more information, select See more.

  6. Under the Related Information section, locate further details on the topic.

Job Application Integration Enhancement for OData API

Overview of the change

A new role-based permission now allows users to skip required fields when creating and updating job applications using OData API.

When an application is created or updated using the OData API, the system automatically performs validations on required fields. Customers and SAP Partners might not have all required fields while creating the application through OData, hence they need a way to skip the mandatory field validation. The introduction of a new role-based permission now allows users to skip required fields, except for basic fields that identify the candidate, or any questions that are added to the job requisition and set as required.

Granting the new role-based permission means the following scenario would not return an error. In this example, the field "Are you a veteran of the Vietnam Era?" can be configured to be required in the template, but the required field validation will be skipped.

Field definition:

Code snippet
<field-definition id="veteranStatus" type="picklist" 
    required="true" custom="false" public="true" readOnly="false" 
    anonymize="false" forward-intact="true" sensitive="false"> 
   <field-label mime-type="text-plain"><![CDATA[Veteran of Vietnam Era:]]></field-label>
   <field-label mime-type="text-plain" lang="de_DE">
       <![CDATA[Kriegsversehrter Veteran:]]></field-label> 
   <field-description><![CDATA[Veteran of Vietnam Era]]></field-description>
   <field-description lang="de_DE"><![CDATA[Kriegsversehrter Veteran]]></field-description> 
   <picklist-id>yesNo</picklist-id>
</field-definition>
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Role-Based Permission Prerequisites

Provide create and update permission to users in the new role-based permission, located in Recruiting PermissionsOData API Application Create and Update Validation Bypass for Required Fields.

What's Changed

In the current version, customers, partners, and other integration users who are given OData API Application Create and Update Validation Bypass for Required Fields permission can skip validations in application create and update actions. Without this permission, users still can't skip these validations.

In the previous version, there was no way for anyone to skip these validations.

Technical Details

Reference Number

RCM-98857

Product

Recruiting

Module

Candidate Experience

Feature

Job Applications

Action

Info only

Enablement

Customer Configured

Link to Demo 
Lifecycle

General Availability

Type

Changed

Major or Minor

Minor

Software Version

2H 2023

Valid as Of

2023-11-17

Validations to Prevent Job Posting Failures

Overview of the change

We've introduced validations to help you identify and fill in the missing field values in job requisitions before publishing the jobs to external and internal career sites.

On the Career Site Builder-enabled instances, the validations occur in the following scenarios:

  • When the job requisition XML template has no mapping for any fields on the Setup Recruiting Marketing Job Field Mapping page in Admin Center. An error is displayed while posting a job either from the Job Posting page or by using OData API.
    Note
    This error message isn’t displayed while posting a job using a business rule. As a best practice, maintain the required mapping if you’re using business rules to post jobs.
  • When all the location fields (City, Country/Region, State, and Pincode/Zip Code) aren’t mapped to the job requisitions fields, a warning message is displayed on the Setup Recruiting Marketing Job Field Mapping page.
  • When the mapped location fields (City, Country/Region, State, and Pincode/Zip Code) are empty, a warning message is displayed on the Job Posting page.
    Note
    The validation messages are displayed only for the newly posted or reposted jobs and don’t affect the jobs that are posted already.

The validations aren’t triggered in the following scenarios:

  • When the jobs are posted using business rules triggered by a scheduled job.
  • When a new job posting language is added to a job requisition after the job is posted to external or internal career sites.

Validations are introduced to maintain the integrity of job data posted on career sites.

What's Changed

In the current version, field mapping is required in the job requisition XML template before posting a job.

In the previous version, you could post a job without field mapping for the job requisition XML template.

Technical Details

Reference Number

RCM-119033

Product

Recruiting

Module

Job Requisition

Feature

Job Requisitions

Action

Info only

Enablement

Automatically on

Link to Demo 
Lifecycle

General Availability

Type

Changed

Major or Minor

Major

Software Version

2H 2023

Valid as Of

2023-11-17

Self-Service Removal of Invalid Configuration Errors

Overview of the change

As a recruiter, you can use the existing Remove Error button on the My Job Boards page to resolve invalid configuration errors before posting jobs to specific job boards.

With this enhancement, you can resolve invalid configuration errors without contacting Product Support.

Note
We updated the Reference Number in Technical Details to be the correct, unique number on October 20, 2023.

What's Changed

In the current version, you can use the Remove Error button to resolve the following types of errors before posting jobs:

  • Invalid configuration errors
  • Job board configuration errors
  • Job board credit errors

In the previous version, you were able to remove only job board configuration and job board credit errors using the Remove Error button.

Technical Details

Reference Number

RP-17627

Product

Recruiting

Module

Job Requisition

Feature

Job Postings

Action

Info only

Enablement

Automatically on

Link to Demo 
Lifecycle

General Availability

Type

Changed

Major or Minor

Minor

Software Version

2H 2023

Valid as Of

2023-11-17

Adoption of Skills Attribute in Interview Central

Overview of the change

The Interview Central feature in SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting now supports the usage of Skills attribute that is defined in Talent Intelligence Hub. Interviewers can use this attribute to assess applicants based on the skills added to a job requisition.

The enhancement enables interviewers to evaluate applicants and provide ratings based on skills in addition to competencies.

Configuration Requirements

Configuration requirements include:

  • You've configured and added skills to a job requisition.
  • Candidate Application supports the interviewAssessment status.
  • You've enabled and configured Interview Central, so that interviewers can use Interview Assessment forms.

What's Changed

How it Looks Now

The Rate Now option in the Interview Central page allows you to evaluate and rate the applicant.

Clicking on the Rate Now option, enables you to provide rating for each skill of the applicant as shown in the Interview Assessment screen.

How it Looked Before

Skills attribute wasn't supported in Interview Central in the previous version.

Technical Details

Reference Number

RCM-116071

Product

Recruiting

Module

Job Requisition

Feature

Interview Central

Action

Info only

Enablement

Customer Configured

Link to Demo 
Lifecycle

General Availability

Type

New

Major or Minor

Minor

Software Version

2H 2023

Valid as Of

2023-11-17

Applicant Management Feature Now Opt-Out

Overview of the change

The redesigned Applicant Management tool, in SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting is now automatically enabled by default.

When you go to view candidate workbench, you now automatically see a link at the top right labeled Switch to the latest applicant workbench. Choosing this link takes you to the redesigned Applicant Management.

Introduced in an off-cycle release in September/October 2023 as a generally available opt-in feature, we wanted to encourage wider adoption of the redesigned Applicant Management tool.

For a detailed list of features, refer to Redesigned Applicant Management Tool – General Availability.

Configuration Requirements

The Enable Latest Applicant Workbench checkbox in Admin CenterManage Recruiting Settings is now selected by default. Unselect it to disable the feature.

You can configure and control the set of fields available as columns and filters in Applicant Management using the Recruiting User Personalization Object Configuration MDF object in Admin CenterManage Data. We've provided a default selection of the most commonly used standard fields as a starter kit. You can add or remove fields to this selection.

Role-Based Permission Prerequisites

There are no role-based permissions you need to set in order to view the Applicant Management tool. All Recruiting users automatically can switch to the tool from the legacy candidate workbench.

To add some fields as filters or columns, set the following role-based permissions:

  • Set the following Recruiting User Personalization Object Configuration permissions at AdministratorManage MDF Recruiting Objects:
    • Select VisibilityView.
    • Go to Actions, and then select Edit and View.
  • Set the following permissions for Recruiting User Personalization Field Configuration by going to AdministratorManage MDF Recruiting Objects Recruiting User Personalization Field Configuration and selecting all of the following:
    • View
    • Correct
    • Create
    • Adjust Order
    • Delete

What's Changed

In the current version, the Enable Latest Applicant Workbench checkbox in Admin CenterManage Recruiting Settings is now selected by default. The feature is automatically enabled.

In the previous version, the Enable Latest Applicant Workbench checkbox in Admin CenterManage Recruiting Settings wasn’t selected by default. You had to enable the feature before you could use it.

Technical Details

Reference Number

RCM-110946

Product

Recruiting

Module

Applicant Management

Feature

Applicant Management

Action

Required

Enablement

Automatically on

Link to Demo 
Lifecycle

General Availability

Type

Changed

Major or Minor

Minor

Software Version

2H 2023

Valid as Of

2023-11-17

Microsoft Teams Integration With Interview Scheduling

Overview of the change

As a recruiter, you can now include Microsoft Teams meeting information while scheduling interviews. Interviewers and applicants can use this meeting information to attend phone, virtual, or face-to-face meetings during the interview process.

Note
  • For an existing customer who is already using the Outlook Integration for Interview Scheduling, this option is enabled by default in the Admin Center.
  • For a new customer opting for the Microsoft Teams Integration for the Interview Scheduling feature, you've to set up the integration between your SAP SuccessFactors system and Microsoft 365 in the Work Tech Configuration page.

Configuration Requirements

  • You’ve set up the integration between your SAP SuccessFactors system and Microsoft 365 in the Work Tech Configuration page.
  • As an administrator, you've selected Enable Microsoft Teams Integration option in Admin CenterManage Recruiting Settings page.

What's Changed

How it Looks Now

The job requisition in the Interview Scheduling page displays an option to enable Microsoft Teams as an online meeting option.

How it Looked Before

Microsoft Teams Integration wasn't available in the previous version.

Technical Details

Reference Number

RCM-110588

Product

Recruiting

Module

Applicant Management

Candidate Experience

Feature

Interview Scheduling

Action

Info only

Enablement

Customer Configured

Link to DemoMicrosoft Teams Integration with Interview Scheduling
Lifecycle

General Availability

Type

New

Major or Minor

Major

Software Version

2H 2023

Valid as Of

2023-11-17

Anonymize Candidate Profiles and Their Disqualified Applications Together

Overview of the change

This enhancement allows you to anonymize disqualified applications at the same time that you anonymize individual candidate profiles.

The system removes personally identifiable information from their candidate profiles, and the personally identifiable information from their disqualified applications are anonymized after the legal minimum period is reached when:

  • Applicants request candidate profiles for deletion.
  • Applicants revoke their acceptance of the data privacy consent statement (DPCS) after applying to a job requisition.
  • The candidate deletes the profile.

Retaining such unsuccessful or disqualified applications for a period of time before being anonymized helps to record that the applications were rejected fairly and not due to bias.

If however, you need override this retention period and anonymize candidate profiles with their disqualified applications immediately, this feature allows you to do both. If a candidate profile is already anonymized, this feature lets you find their disqualified applications so that you can also anonymize them.

Configuration Requirements

The Delete Candidate page in the Admin Center has been renamed to Anonymize Candidate Profiles, and includes the following choices:

OptionDescription
Anonymize Candidate Profiles and Applications

This setting allows you to anonymize a candidate's profile and their job applications by removing their personally identifiable information. You can also choose to anonymize their disqualified applications.

Use the search field to look up candidates, either by name or by email address.

Anonymize Disqualified Applications for Anonymized Candidates

This setting anonymizes the disqualified applications for applicants whose candidate profiles have already been anonymized.

Use the search field to find anonymized candidates by their candidate ID.

The search doesn't return applicants who are yet to be anonymized. If your search returns no results, try searching for them by name in the Anonymize Candidate Profiles and Applications option instead, or run an anonymization job to anonymize candidates.

Role-Based Permission Prerequisites

The Delete Candidate role-based permission has been renamed Anonymize Candidate Profiles in the Manage Recruiting section of Manage Permission Roles.

Recruiting admins and users who already have permission to use Delete Candidate can use Anonymize Candidate Profiles.

What's Changed

How it Looks Now

In the current version, the Delete Candidate page is now called Anonymize Candidate Profiles, and includes two distinct settings. The first setting allows you to find applicants by name or email address, then anonymize their disqualified applications at the same time you anonymize their candidate profiles. The second option allows you to anonymize disqualified applications for those applicants whose candidate profiles have already been anonymized in the system.

The following image shows the confirmation dialog that appears when you choose Anonymize for the candidate you selected. This dialog shows the candidate's name, ID and email address, as well as a check box to anonymize their disqualified applications.

How it Looked Before

In the previous version, there was no way to anonymize disqualified applications that were associated with candidate profiles. You had to wait until the application reached the legal minimum period set for the instance.

Technical Details

Reference Number

RCM-74845

Product

Platform

Recruiting

Module

Platform

Candidate Experience

Feature

Candidate Profile

Job Applications

Data Privacy Consent Statements

Data Retention Time Management

Action

Info only

Enablement

Automatically on

Link to Demo 
Lifecycle

General Availability

Type

Changed

Major or Minor

Major

Software Version

2H 2023

Valid as Of

2023-11-17

Prepare for and Evaluate Interviews in Microsoft Teams

Overview of the change

With the integration of SAP SuccessFactors and Microsoft 365, users can now engage with features related to interviews in Microsoft Teams.

In Teams, the SAP SuccessFactors app sends a message to its bot chat 24 hours ahead of a scheduled interview. Two notification cards come along with the message:

  • Application Information: interviewers can view the applicant's profile or generate interview questions based on the job description using AI.
  • Interview Evaluation: interviewers can preview the skills and competencies they can use to evaluate the applicant. After the interview, they can rate the applicant and give additional feedback inside Teams, or choose View in Interview Central to complete the evaluation in SAP SuccessFactors Interview Central.

Data produced in Teams is synchronized to interviewers' Interview Central in real time.

We developed this feature to enable interviewers to efficiently prepare for and evaluate interviews in everyday business social scenarios.

Configuration Requirements

  • You've enabled the SAP SuccessFactors app for Microsoft Teams.
  • You have a Recruiting license.
  • You've selected the following options in Admin CenterManage Recruiting SettingsInterview SettingsInterviews in Microsoft Teams SAP SuccessFactors App:
    • Enable Interview Alerts in Microsoft Teams
    • Enable Interview Assessment in Microsoft Teams
  • To use the Generate Interview Questions Using AIfeature, you've selected the following options:
    • Enable AI-Assisted HXM Content Generator in ProvisioningCompany Settings 
    As a customer, you don't have access to Provisioning. To complete tasks in Provisioning, contact your implementation partner or Account Executive. For any non-implementation tasks, contact Product Support.
  • Enable Interview Question Generation using AI in Admin CenterManage Recruiting SettingsInterview SettingsInterviews in Microsoft Teams SAP SuccessFactors App     

Technical Details

Reference Number

WRK-499

Product

Recruiting

Module

Applicant Management

Feature

Work Tech

Interview Scheduling

Interview Central

Action

Info only

Enablement

Customer Configured

Link to DemoPrepare for and Evaluate Interviews in Microsoft Teams
Lifecycle

General Availability

Type

New

Major or Minor

Major

Software Version

2H 2023

Valid as Of

2023-11-17

Redesigned Applicant Management Tool

Overview of the change

The redesigned Applicant Management tool is now generally available in SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting as an update to the legacy Candidate Workbench, and is being rolled out on a gradual basis. When enabled, users can easily switch between both versions.

Note

We’ve updated this topic because the redesigned Applicant Management tool is no longer limited to Early Adopter Care (EAC) Program participants, and because we have introduced additional functionality to the feature.

We’re introducing the redesigned Applicant Management tool on an incremental basis to ensure a smooth rollout. The feature is being made available gradually, and isn’t available to all customers immediately.

For more information on the rollout plan, visit The Redesigned Applicant Management Experience - Innovation Alert for all the latest updates and discussions.

The redesign provides a new look and user experience for all Recruiting users to search for, filter, and view individuals who have applied for specific jobs without the need to reimplement SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting.

The administrator enables the redesigned Applicant Management tool by selecting the Enable the latest applicant workbenchsetting in Admin CenterManage Recruiting Settings. The Recruiting user can then, with a simple click, choose to toggle back and forth anytime between the legacy and latest workbenches while viewing applicant information.

The applicant list in the redesigned Applicant Management tool appears when a Recruiting user chooses to view candidates for a selected job requisition.

Although the exact experience differs for each user based on configuration and user permissions, the redesigned Applicant Management tool provides the following functionality:

Refining the Applicant List Dynamically

The Recruiting user can easily view by status (such as applicants whose applications are new) as well as through filters:

  • Background elements configured in your candidate profile template. For example, previous employment, education, and so on.
  • Applicant first name and last name.
  • Fields defined in your application templates and candidate profile.
  • Keyword search in resume and cover letter.
  • Facet counts for picklist items, such as Country/Region, where you can see the number of applicants.

For example, Recruiting users could easily refine their list of applicants using the following qualifications:

  • Applicants who currently reside in New York and previously worked for a company named Example.
  • Applicants who are proficient in speaking and writing in the French language.
  • Applicants whose resume contains such keywords as Java, Python, User Assistance, and so on.
Note
Anonymized applications aren't displayed in the applicant list. The applications that are visible are the ones a Recruiting user can act on.

Actions Performed Directly from the Applicant List

  • Change statuses with the Move button – the most frequently performed action on the applicant list is to move the status of one or more applicants. A new button, Move, is located prominently on the top-right corner of the list, and lets users open the Move Applicants dialog directly for their selected applicants.
  • Add to requisition those candidates who have been forwarded to the job, but have yet to apply.
  • Contact applicants through email, as well as text messages if the SMS feature is enabled.
  • Add a comment.
  • Invite candidates who have been forwarded to the job, to apply.
  • Add applicants to talent pools.
  • Forward candidates to job requisitions or colleagues.
  • Download resumes and cover letters.
  • Invite a candidate as a late stage applicant if this feature is enabled.
  • View and compare details – the View Details option allows users to select multiple applicants to compare. Selected applicants then slide over to a "mini list" for users to easily view and compare.

Applicant Detail View

Selecting an applicant from the list immediately expands the view to see their detailed information. At the same time, the applicant list collapses and moves to the left column, so that you can easily pick detailed views between various individuals, allowing you to compare among different applicants.

The top row in the detail view provides contact information for the applicant you're viewing. The details themselves are organized into tabs, with information separated into labeled sections. Not all portlets are visible to the Recruiting user depending on what functionality is enabled and configured. An administrator can also control what portlets Recruiting users can see, add to or edit, based on the permissions they've been assigned.

Detail View TabDescription
Applicant Information

Displays the following:

  • Application Information – information from the application.
  • Screening Details – answers provided by the applicant to screening questions.
  • Profile Information – the name of the applicant.

    The tab can also include background elements that are configured in the profile template. These elements consist of user-defined portlets such as formal education, language skills, and outside work experience.

  • Talent Pools – any talent pools the applicant has been added to. Users with the appropriate permission can choose the Add to Talent Pool option here.
Resume and Documents

Displays the contents of the applicant's resume and cover letter without the need to first download the files, or to open a different application to view them. Users can also access additional documents, such as work samples, portfolio, or certificates.

Users with appropriate permissions can upload documents here directly.

Comments

Displays comments that are part of the applicant's record.

Users with appropriate permissions can add comments here directly.

Activity

Displays various activities associated with the applicant, organized into the following:

  • Correspondence – communication with the applicant. In addition to email, the list can include text messages if you've included SMS in your configuration.
  • Interviewers – displays a list of interviewers, as well as interview date, time, and any notes regarding the interviews.
  • Offer – displays offer letters that have been generated.
Applicant History

Displays the Jobs Applied portlet, which lists job requisitions the applicant has applied to.

Audit Information

Displays the following audit-related information:Application Status Audit Trail – a list of statuses through which the candidate has passed.

Change History – all of the actions made in the applicant record.

The following screenshot provides a general look at how the detail view looks in the redesigned Applicant Management tool.

New Functionality

Once enabled, the latest version is automatically applied to the applicant list and detail view without the need to set up additional configurations, and offers the following new functionality:

FunctionalityDescription
A better visual distinction between applicantsDifferent symbols on the applicant list page differentiate among internal, external, and agency candidates.
See agency-submitted candidates.Candidates submitted by agencies appear on the applicant list, and are identified with an Agency icon in the Candidate Type column.
See the chosen names.Chosen names of internal applicants appear when you enable the General Display Name feature for your instance.
See when applicants update their applications.When you enable multistage applications, the Updated value displays in the New column whenever applicants update their applications.
Resumes and cover lettersDownload them, as well as view them directly on the screen when applicants submit them.
Visual indicator for commentsIf a comment is required for the selected status, when moving an applicant through the application statuses (formerly referred to as Talent Pipeline).
View the details of individual applicants.Clicking on an applicant's name takes you right to the detail view.
Compare applicantsChoosing multiple applicants at once creates a "mini list" on the screen that lets you easily compare their details.

Invite candidates as late stage applicants.

When this feature is enabled, you can invite candidates as late stage applicants if they were forwarded. Late stage applications are available only for candidates who haven’t yet applied.

The redesigned Applicant Management tool lets Recruiting users control all applicant status changes through the Move button. For this reason, Applicant Management ignores any existing business rule scenario for job applications that uses a field change (OnChange) rule to update the applicant status field.

We wanted to release this redesigned Applicant Management tool to provide more than just a cosmetic update of the existing candidate workbench, but a redesign that was based on feedback from customers, including participants in the Early Adopter Care program.

Configuration Requirements

The only setting you need to enable the redesigned Applicant Management is to select the Enable Latest Applicant Workbench checkbox in Admin CenterManage Recruiting Settings.

You can configure and control the set of fields available as columns and filters in Applicant Management using the Recruiting User Personalization Object Configuration MDF object in Admin CenterManage Data. We've provided a default selection of the most commonly used standard fields as a starter kit. You can add or remove fields to this selection.

Note
Using Manage Data means that the display and filter options in the template configurations are no longer necessary nor supported when using Applicant Management.

Role-Based Permissions

Set the following role-based permissions:

  • Set the following Recruiting User Personalization Object Configuration permissions at AdministratorManage MDF Recruiting Objects:
    • Select VisibilityView.
    • Go to Actions, and then select Edit and View.
  • Set the following permissions for Recruiting User Personalization Field Configuration by going to AdministratorManage MDF Recruiting Objects Recruiting User Personalization Field Configuration and selecting all of the following:
    • View
    • Correct
    • Create
    • Adjust Order
    • Delete

What's Changed

How it Looks Now

The following screenshot shows the applicant list page.

In addition to the visual changes in the user experience, the redesigned Applicant Management tool offers additional changes:

  • Recruiting users with the appropriate write permission can add, edit, or delete attachments in a multiattachmentselection field at any time.

    In the legacy Candidate Workbench, Recruiting users aren't allowed to delete attachments in a multiattachmentselection field, and the conditions in which they could add or delete attachments in the field are limited.

  •  Recruiting users with the appropriate permissions can edit an applicant's name in the Profile Information portlet in the applicant's detail view.

    The legacy Candidate Workbench doesn't allow anyone to edit an applicant's name until after the applicant is hired and added into Employee Central.

  • As soon as an applicant has one of the following statuses in the redesigned Applicant Management tool, the applicant immediately disappears from the system because there's nothing you can do with the applicant anymore: Deleted On Demand by Candidate, Deleted On Demand By Admin, or Declined DPCS.

    The legacy Candidate Workbench allows Recruiting users to see applicants with these statuses.

  • When an agency forwards a candidate to a job, details about that specific agency now display in a popup when you select Candidate Forwarded next to the applicant's name in the detail view.

    In the legacy Candidate Workbench, agency information appears below the contact information in the detail view.

How it Looked Before

The following screenshot shows how the legacy Candidate Workbench looks. Note the Switch to Latest Applicant Workbench option at the top right, which lets you toggle to the redesigned Applicant Management tool.

Technical Details

Reference Number

RCM-116419

Product

Recruiting

Module

Applicant Management

Feature

Applicant Management

Action

Info only

Enablement

Customer Configured

Link to DemoApplicant Management
Lifecycle

General Availability

Type

Changed

Major or Minor

Major

Software Version

2H 2023

Valid as Of

2023-11-17

Supplementary Resources

The following are useful supplementary resources for the 2H 2023 release:

Stay Informed! Second Half 2023 SAP SuccessFactors Release Details. This blog post is dedicated to keeping Partners informed about the 2H 2023 Release.

SAP SuccessFactors 2H 2023 Release Highlights. Note that you might need to register to access the following content: Discover key innovations in the SAP SuccessFactors second half 2023 release.

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