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San Mateo, Calif. — Jan. 22
Revolutionizing the future of work, SuccessFactors Inc. (Nasdaq:SFSF), the global leader in on-demand performance and talent management solutions, announced the availability of Performance Management For Dummies. Performance management — an ongoing process to best motivate, evaluate, retain and reward employees — continues to gain prominence as organizations of all sizes and verticals look to optimize their most treasured asset: their people.

Written by Rob Bernshteyn, SuccessFactors’ vice president of global product marketing and management, this resource aims to help companies create an inspiring pay-for-performance environment to retain star performers, coach average employees for stellar achievements and link routine activity with long- and short-term organizational objectives. In For Dummies style and language, SuccessFactors’ guide to effective performance management offers steps, best practices and advice on putting a plan in place to ensure high-levels of employee adoption and participation.

SuccessFactors has made the book available to all interested companies of all sizes. To receive a copy of Performance Management For Dummies, register at www.successfactors.com/dummies.

SuccessFactors’ performance and talent management Suite, which includes performance management, goal management, 360-degree reviews, succession management, compensation management, learning and development, recruiting management, employee profile and analytics and reporting applications, creates a companywide network of information related to employee performance, including skill-sets, interests, career aspirations, ability to relocate, experience, languages spoken and more. By providing deep, real-time companywide visibility into such critical performance data, companies are able to make better, more informed decisions about how to promote, recruit, compensate, reward and manage their entire employee base.

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