Watch Now: Putting the Employee Experience Ahead of Everything

In a time of upheaval and automation, human experience management has become the core capability that ensures a company’s productivity, stability, and success.

The 2020 SuccessConnect Virtual Event brought together top leaders, innovators, and speakers to share best practices that can help companies meet the demands of the new normal and deploy cutting-edge technology to ensure stability and growth in the years to come.

At the event, Joanna Riley was joined by Ben Shea. Vice President, Head of Europe and Global HR Operations at Tapestry, who discussed adding AI-powered Censia Talent Intelligence to drive their diversity initiatives and to create more internal mobility through data-driven insights of their more than 20,000 global employees.

“Censia’s Talent Intelligence will actually allow us to have each recruiter do the work of five,… while still delivering better matched, more diverse talent.” 

“The retail space is extremely competitive,” commented Shea. “We are always looking for talent and strived to do this in an unbiased and data-driven way that prioritizes internal mobility and internal talent, whilst also showing that we don’t miss excellent external talent that is applying for roles with us here at Tapestry. Censia’s Talent Intelligence will actually allow us to have each recruiter do the work of five,… while still delivering better matched, more diverse talent.”

Tapestry uses Censia, a leading provider of talent intelligence for the modern talent acquisition world, to extend the functionality of SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting module, and use cutting edge AI from Censia to optimize their talent decisions directly within the platform.

Censia is an SAP-Endorsed App, available for online purchase on SAP®App Center. SAP Endorsed Apps are a new Platinum category of solutions from SAP’s partner ecosystem and enable SAP customers to become best-run, intelligent enterprises.

Other speakers at SuccessConnect include Daniel Pink, best-selling author of “When” and “To Sell Is Human” and Kathleen Hogan, Chief People Officer & EVP, Human Resources at Microsoft, among many others.

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