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U.S. Shift Work Growth Stalled, Finds Kronos Workforce Activity Report
According to the U.S. Workforce Activity Report from Kronos Incorporated for July 27-Aug. 2, shift work volume remained essentially flat between the weeks ending July 26 and Aug. 2, growing just 0.5% week-over-week.
Award-winning Train Operator to Elevate its Employee Experience with Workforce Dimensions from Kronos
Kronos Incorporated today announced that Greater Anglia, an award-winning train operator in the U.K. recognized for its commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction, has selected Workforce Dimensions – the artificial intelligence-powered, cloud-native, mobile-first workforce management suite from Kronos – to elevate its employee experience and empower managers, creating a more enjoyable experience for commuters.
U.S. Shift Work Recovery Reaching Summer Plateau
According to the U.S. Workforce Activity Report from Kronos Incorporated for July 20-26, U.S. shift work1 declined during a non-holiday week for the first time since the week ending April 12, which marked “the bottom” of shift work activity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
U.S. Shift Work Slumps as Weekly Growth Hits Lowest Rate of Recovery
According to the U.S. Workforce Activity Report from Kronos Incorporated for the week of July 13-19, the average weekly growth rate for shift work during the recovery continues to decelerate and currently sits at 0.7% per week for the month of July.
The Changing Face of Education for Frontline Workers: Workforce Institute Radio Podcast
On one of her final podcast recordings, Joyce Maroney, former executive director of The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated, spoke with Workforce Institute board member Alexandra Levit, a business and workplace author, speaker, consultant, and futurist, about her chapter, “The Future of Education,” in the most recent Workforce Institute book, “Being Present: A Practical Guide for Transforming the Employee Experience of Your Frontline Workforce,” which emphasizes the importance of providing educational resources in versatile formats to help develop skills for frontline employees.
U.S. Shift Work Growth Curve Flattens, Breaking Three Month Streak of Gains
Following nearly three months of steady, consistent shift work growth, the U.S. economic recovery from COVID-19 experienced a significant setback last week, according to the U.S. Workforce Activity Report from Kronos Incorporated. Based on data from 3.2 million employees, the largest and most comprehensive near real-time sample of workplace activity, the total volume of shifts worked from July 6-12 declined 0.5%.
Kronos Lauded for Exceptional Customer Experience by Its Users
Kronos Incorporated today announced a series of user-driven accolades for its commitment to providing an exceptional customer experience – a direct result of hundreds of positive customer reviews – driven by its focus on innovation, a culture of employee engagement and customer centricity, and dedication to collaborating with organizations to drive positive business outcomes.
U.S. Economic Recovery Quiets as July 4 Holiday Causes Dip in Shift Work
In alignment with the national July 4 holiday observance, total volume of shifts worked decreased by 11.4% from June 29-July 5, mirroring – and, in fact, falling short of – the decline in shifts that occurred the week of July 4, 2019 (-26.9%).
Workforce Institute Radio Podcast: Honoring the Past to Grow the Future
Joyce Maroney, executive director of The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated – who retired this week, 13 years after founding the global think tank – invites incoming Executive Director Dr. Chris Mullen on her final episode of The Workforce Institute Radio Podcast to discuss the past, present, and future of The Workforce Institute.
June Shift Work Growth May Point to Improved Unemployment Outlook
From June 1-28, the total volume of shifts worked grew 5.9%, including 2.4% from June 22-28, continuing a slow but steady economic rally that began the week ending April 12, when U.S. shift work hit “the bottom.”