Follow the rules
(and regulations)

with the accuracy and
reliability you need.

Compliance Resource Center

Breaking: The U.S. Department of Labor will extend overtime pay protections to over 4 million workers. Learn more about The Changing Face of Wage and Hour Law and how you can avoid unnecessary compliance risk — and potential costs.

Without the right workforce management tools, you don’t have the information or visibility to foresee that your organization could be at risk for unnecessary litigation and subsequent financial challenges.

Kronos helps you minimize compliance risk by providing high-quality information that’s centralized, comprehensive, and available in real time. Our automated solutions help you keep pace with government and industry regulations so you can apply appropriate policies and rules easily and accurately to help facilitate compliance. And you get a single reliable record of all employee information to document that these policies are being applied consistently and fairly throughout your organization.

For information about implementing Kronos solutions, please contact us.

  • Solving the Workplace Compliance Challenge

    Wage and hour compliance is a complex and ongoing challenge for today’s organizations. Many have long struggled to comply with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), and with recent updates to federal overtime regulations, meeting compliance requirements isn’t getting any easier. Learn how Workforce Management technologies can enable you to minimize compliance risk while improving engagement, reducing labor costs, and improving productivity.

  • Infographic: FLSA changes impact 4 million employees

    The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) changes will reclassify a portion of the workforce to become eligible for overtime pay, and the Department of Labor expects 4 million employees to be impacted. New regulations leave big questions.  Do you have the right tools in place to manage the outcome – and what will it cost you?

  • Podcast - FLSA Changes Means More Overtime

    Ahead of the official May 18 announcement from the Department of Labor (DoL) outlining the final rule for new overtime regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Joyce Maroney, director of The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated, and Sue Meisinger, former president and CEO of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and former deputy under secretary for the Employment Standards Administration at the DoL, recorded a podcast discussion on how the changes will impact potentially tens of thousands of U.S. organizations and their estimated 4 million white-collar, salaried workers around the country.

  • More than Just Compliance: The Changing Face of Wage and Hour Law

    The past decade has been a quiet one in the world of wage and labor laws. With many regulatory changes in effect or soon to be in place, organizations must now prioritize wage and labor law compliance. This 2016 Brandon Hall Group report discusses the current state of wage and labor law compliance. With 255 respondents across more than 35 industries, the results create a rather alarming landscape:

    • 69% of organizations act at the time of regulation implementation or revision, or react after implementation, rather than plan for the change in advance
    • 31% of organizations still manually create and manage schedules
    • 42% of organizations still partially automate measurement and reporting of individual employee actions

    Download the full report with decision matrix to see what actions your organization can take related to minimizing wage and labor law compliance risk.

  • More than Just Compliance: The Changing Face of Wage and Labor Law

    According to a recent Brandon Hall Group survey, less than one-third of responding organizations indicated they’re ready for new or updated wage and hour law regulations. It’s clear many need to better prepare for the changes to come as well as have a stronger strategy for managing compliance once changes take effect. There’s no room for error when adhering to compliance rules — especially those associated with the Fair Labor Standards Act, paid sick leave, and joint employer regulations.

  • Overtime Best Practices: Strategies to Minimize Risk and Control Costs

    Proposed Department of Labor rule changes to overtime eligibility could make more than five million new white collar workers previously classified as “exempt” eligible for overtime pay. With these changes potentially going into effect as early as 2016, they could complicate your compliance efforts and increase labor costs. Attorney Kirsten A. Milton from Jackson Lewis and Kronos Compliance Product Strategists discussed what the overtime changes mean for employers and recommend strategies for meeting these new challenges.

  • Complex Labor Regulations Raise the Stakes for Organizations

    Compliance-related issues for employers are becoming more challenging. FLSA compliance cases are on the rise, wage recovery is soaring, and there have been changes proposed for overtime rules. And if this weren’t enough, the requirements of the Affordable Care Act are adding complexity. This white paper, developed in partnership with Jackson Lewis P.C., explores the causes of wage and hour litigation, examines potential damages, identifies who is at risk, and shares steps you can take to maintain wage and hour compliance. We’ll explore why, now more than ever, you need to take comprehensive, proactive steps to develop compliance strategies and tools to protect your organization.

  • U.S. Department of Labor Proposes to Restrict Scope of FLSA ‘White-Collar’ Overtime Exemptions

    The U.S. Department of Labor has issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (“NPRM”) announcing the Department’s intention to shrink dramatically the pool of employees who qualify for exempt status under the Fair Labor Standards Act. This article, by Jackson Lewis discusses the background of this proposed legislation, what does it mean, next steps and finally, how can technology help minimize labor law compliance risk.

  • Salaried Workforce Management Datasheet

    An enhanced workforce management strategy can help you minimize compliance risk with both hourly and salaried workers for stronger growth and bottom-line results.

  • Are You Ready for the Affordable Care Act?  ACA one page slick

    We’ll help you take a proactive – not reactive – approach to developing strategies to help comply with the ACA and manage its financial impact. A Kronos solution can help provide accurate information, deliver timely reports, monitor the workforce, and provide comprehensive auditing.