Tuesday, Oct 10, 2017
2:00 p.m. ET Online
More than 13.6 million* American workers report being overpaid – and not everyone scrambles to return it. Without a powerful, automated timekeeping solution in place, your organization could be overpaying employees for time worked. In this eye-opening webinar, our experts will discuss:
- Time theft, employees gaming the system, and how incremental minutes accumulated on a daily basis can add up and incur unnecessary overtime hours and pay.
- How a deeper look into payroll inflation trends and patterns can uncover hidden costs and noncompliance
- How analytics provided by an advanced workforce solution can help increase visibility into employee data to ensure that they’re following rules and policies
John Frehse, Senior Managing Director, Ankura Consulting Group
John Frehse is a national expert on millennials and labor strategy, and a Senior Managing Director at Ankura Consulting Group in New York. Ankura’s Labor Strategy group helps clients reconcile activities actually happening in their work environments today and uncover actionable labor strategies. John also serves as a key labor strategist for many top companies, some of which are nationally recognized as Top Places to Work. He is joining Kronos® for this webinar in an advisory role to share the labor strategies he feels matter most.
Toni Coon, CPP, Marketing Development Manager, Kronos
Toni Coon is a Marketing Development Manager at Kronos. Toni’s first passion is Payroll, followed by process improvement and education. Having obtained her Certified Payroll Professional designation in 2002, Toni has led a variety of payroll focused onboarding classes during her professional roles, while keeping up-to-date with her own certification. Toni has developed and led a global project team to streamline timekeeping service offerings around the world. Toni brought her 20 plus years of operational experience to the Kronos team and now works closely with the Kronos sales team to provide industry knowledge and tools.
"Engaging Employees through Payroll" survey conducted by The Workforce Institute at Kronos.
Footnote *: Calculation based on the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report from January 2017 that estimates there are 152.08 million employed people in the U.S.: 152.08M x 9% = 13.68 million