Implementing a new Human Capital Management (HCM) system like SuccessFactors can result in deep change for companies. However, it's essential to recognize potential challenges that could derail the process. While the benefits of a top-tier HCM solution are clear, there are common missteps that can lead to unnecessary costs and resource drain.   

To ensure a smooth implementation, here are key pitfalls to watch out for:  

In the modern business environment, rapid technological evolution is changing the way organizations manage human resources (HR). Advanced technology provides new tools and opportunities for better management, development, and motivation of employees. One of the key platforms enabling this transformation is SuccessFactors. In this article, we will explore how SuccessFactors shapes the future of human resources management through the implementation of digital tools, data analysis, mobility, and education.




In today's dynamic business environment, the success of individuals and organizations often depends on effective human resource management and continuous employee development. Modern technology has played a pivotal role in achieving these aspects. One significant tool enabling efficient career development is the SuccessFactors system.

Writen by: Aleksandar Jerinić, M.Sc. in Psychology and psychotherapist under supervision, working as an SAP SuccessFactors and Qualtrics consultant at Dejavniki Uspeha Ltd.

The separation between the role of a parent and the role of a worker will never truly disappear. Faced with a guilty conscience and worries when we are not with our child due to work obligations, and concerns when we haven't completed everything at the job. However, by adapting companies to all life roles, this separation can be pushed into the background. Abroad, especially in the USA, the term "parenthood in the workplace" is already well-known. In Slovenia, companies are still searching for answers to these challenges, and some practices, both at the national level and within companies themselves, are already moving in that direction.

Written by: Aleksandar Jerinić, SAP Consultant for SuccessFactors and Qualtrics at Dejavniki Uspeha, d.o.o.

If you're preparing for a job interview during this time, regardless of which side you'll be on, judgments will be made in the blink of an eye. Numerous studies report that the first impression has a very strong influence. In a series of experiments by Willis J. and Todorov A. [1], they found that a tenth of a second is enough time to form an opinion about a person we meet for the first time, which only gets reinforced over time. Employees get their first contact with the company long before getting employed, where the initial impression about the company is practically formed in a similar way. What it will be like depends on the employer's brand.


Visit Us

Dejavniki Uspeha d.o.o.
Ulica Jožeta Jame 12
1000 Ljubljana

Keep in touch 24/7

Phone: +386 (0)1 500-8118


Working hours

Monday - Friday:

8 am - 4 pm