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Gilbert Goes Digital: Booming Arizona Town Migrates Workforce Technology to the Cloud, Launches Workforce Dimensions from Kronos
Kronos Incorporated today announced that Gilbert, Arizona – a high-performing service organization and one of the fastest-growing communities in the U.S. – is migrating to the cloud-native Workforce Dimensions suite from Kronos. The AI-powered, mobile-first workforce management solution aligns with broader digital transformation efforts in progress throughout Gilbert and supports the town’s commitment to modernize its information technology (IT) infrastructure to provide a breakthrough employee experience.
City of Santa Barbara Doubles-down on its Thriving Workplace Culture with Workforce Dimensions from Kronos
The City of Santa Barbara, California will deploy the revolutionary Workforce Dimensions cloud suite integrated with Workforce TeleStaff, an automated scheduling solution specifically designed for public safety. This technology investment demonstrates the local government’s commitment to productivity and modernizing its employee experience to maintain a supportive workplace culture for all.
Blow Off Your Boss' Emails When Off the Clock? It May Happen in NYC
New legislation in New York City could give employees the right to not respond to bosses texts, emails and calls after work hours.
Workforce Institute Radio Explores the Public Sector Pension Problem
Joyce Maroney, executive director of The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated, welcomes fellow board members Dennis Miller and Neil Reichenberg on The Workforce Institute Radio podcast to talk about the uncertain future of pensions in the public sector.
Developing Next Generation Leaders: Workforce Institute Radio Welcomes CHRO of Largest County in Minnesota
Joyce Maroney, director of The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated, welcomes Michael Rossman, chief human resources officer of Hennepin County in Minneapolis, Minnesota as a guest on the Workforce Institute Radio podcast series. With more than 1.2 million residents, Hennepin is the largest county in Minnesota, where Rossman and his HR colleagues are responsible for providing HR services and strategy for more than 9,000 employees serving the county.