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Kronos for Business Services

When it comes to providing high-quality services to your customers, your people are your most important asset. Whether your organization provides field and contract services, professional services, or is a not-for-profit, optimizing your people is critical to gaining a competitive edge. That’s why services organizations of all sizes across the globe turn to Kronos.

With our innovative and easy-to-use solutions, you can keep employees engaged and productive. You can also provide frontline managers with the tools and visibility they need to measure and monitor performance. Whether your employees are remote, mobile, or onsite.

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  • Time and Attendance Strategies for the Modern Workforce Moving Beyond Yesterday’s Solutions in Workforce Management

    Moving beyond yesterday’s solutions in workforce management.  In this white paper, you’ll learn about the latest advancements and trends in time and attendance and workforce management software. You’ll discover how these new technologies and techniques can improve user adoption that results in more streamlined processes for HR and less work on the front end of the payroll process. And you’ll see firsthand how operations, managers, and supervisors spend less time on administrative workforce management tasks.  Download this paper to learn how automated, accurate data collection integrated with payroll, leave, scheduling, and absence management solutions can make it easier to drive a consistent and repeatable process throughout your organization.   

  • Raising the Stakes on FLSA Compliance

    Raising the Stakes on FLSA Compliance Cases on the rise; wage recovery soaring; Affordable Care Act 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’s at risk, and shares steps that organizations can take to maintain wage and hour compliance.

  • The Total Financial Impact of Employee Absences — Executive Report for United States

    The results of this 2014 survey conducted with SHRM will astound you. The total cost of employee absence can reach up to 22% of base payroll; this figure includes both direct costs, like employee pay, and indirect costs, like replacement expenses, overtime, and net lost productivity.

  • The Affordable Care Act: Compliance is Just the Beginning, Aberdeen Group Research Brief

    Learn how critical it is to have the right technology in place to properly execute your overall strategy and reporting, manage compliance, and make the process of executing your strategy as efficient as possible.

  • Why It's Time to Evaluate Your Timekeeping System

    Trying to manage today’s rapidly evolving workforce with outdated tools drags down productivity, raises costs, and increases your risk of noncompliance. And, it’s making your job harder. Learn how modern, cloud-based workforce management solutions can help you gain the visibility, insights, and management capabilities you need to build business success.

  • Wage and Hour Challenges for the Salaried Nonexempt Workforce

    The whitepaper features insights from Paul DeCamp, Partner and National Chair of the Wage and Hour Practice Group at Jackson Lewis LLP.

    This whitepaper explores:

    • Two high-cost class action lawsuits based on Wage and Hour violations
    • The causes of such litigation
    • The unique challenges associated with salaried nonexempt workers
    • Strategies for creating and maintaining a compliant organization

    Learn how to steer your organization clear of costly – and preventable – wage and hour litigation.

  • Kronos for Contact Centers

    Even if you already use contact center solutions for tasks such as forecasting, real-time schedule adherence, performance management, and training, Kronos for Contact Centers delivers workforce management solutions that close critical gaps in your effort to optimize your workforce. And considering that labor typically accounts for up to 75 percent of a center’s operating costs, it’s an effort worth undertaking. Closing these gaps can mean identifying and hiring quality workers and keeping attrition rates low so you can deliver consistently high levels of service to customers. And then drive employee engagement and manage absences to control costs as well as manage all time worked to help minimize compliance risk.

  • Kronos for Field Services Industry Brief

    When you’re operating with a large, dispersed field-based workforce, you need exceptional visibility into your workforce. You need to be able to monitor workers who perform their jobs where they are delivering service — in the field. Are you placing the right technician or agent with the right skills in the right place at the right time? Are workers taking meals and breaks as required by regulations? Are they reporting their time accurately? Do you have tools in place to empower agents to deliver the level of service that results in satisfied customers? The Kronos® for Field Services Industry Brief explores how Kronos can provide solutions to these questions and help you optimize your field-based workforce.

  • Kronos for Contract Services Industry Brief

    For contract services organizations, time really is money. An accurate accounting of all hours worked can make the difference between making a profit or losing money on a contract. And when a worker is absent, your ability to identify a best-fit, best-cost replacement worker and get that employee out to the job fast is the difference between being hit with a penalty and maintaining a positive, long-lasting customer relationship. Kronos® for Contract Services gives you visibility into your service labor costs and performance, helping you meet service levels and retain customers.

  • A Seat at the Table: Technology Brings Strategic Opportunity to HR

    Today, the most important asset for employers is their people. Many organization leaders overlook the strategic contribution of the professionals charged with cultivating that asset — the human resources department. Simply put, HR hasn’t had a seat at the boardroom table. But with recent advances in technology, HR, payroll, and information management staff can provide greater long-term value to their organization. Advances include workforce analytics, cloud technology, social media and mobile communications, and talent management applications. This paper outlines how HR can make use of these technology opportunities to benefit the entire organization.

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