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Kronites LiveInspired! Kronos Named a Healthiest Employer Once Again
Following closely on the heels of The Boston Globe naming Kronos Incorporated a Top Place to Work in its ranking of Largest Massachusetts employers and Forbes listing the company as one of America’s Best Employers, the Boston Business Journal once again named Kronos one of the region’s Healthiest Employers.
Why Truly Strategic HR Requires Both HCM Tech And Smart Processes
With the challenges today in attracting and retaining a steady pool of quality talent, HR professionals need an integrated set of tools for managing and nurturing their organizations’ most valuable asset – from hire to retire.
Kronos Workforce Ready Demand Surges 127 Percent Year-over-Year as Small and Midsize Businesses Seek Human Capital Management in the Kronos Cloud
Kronos Incorporated today announced continued exponential growth for Kronos Workforce Ready, an enterprise-class human capital management (HCM) solution in the cloud for small and midsize businesses (SMBs).
Public Sector Organizations Use Kronos to Manage Overtime
With growing scrutiny about escalating overtime costs, public sector organizations are increasingly turning to Kronos Incorporated for workforce management solutions to more effectively manage overtime.
Forbes Once Again Names Kronos a Best Employer
Kronos Incorporated has been named by Forbes as one of America's Best Employers for the second consecutive year and as one of America's top 10 places to work in IT, Internet, Software & Services on its inaugural America's Best Midsize Employers list.
Kronos Contributes to Closing the Manufacturing Workforce Skills Gap
Kronos Incorporated today announced its continued commitment to help close the manufacturing workforce skills gap through the announcement of spring 2016 recipients of the Dr. Sherrie Ford Manufacturing as a Career Path scholarship. Committed to supporting the next generation of the workforce, Kronos, along with the Association for Manufacturing Excellence (AME), funds the scholarship, which invests in students interested in pursuing careers in manufacturing.
Workforce Institute Radio Podcast: Employees, HR, and Managers on Different Pages When Asked What Matters Most for Workplace Culture
Joyce Maroney, director of The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated, welcomes Dan Schawbel, founder of WorkplaceTrends.com and partner and research director at Future Workplace, on Workforce Institute Radio to discuss the interesting – and shocking – findings from the second study in the Employee Engagement Lifecycle Series: Who’s the Boss of Workplace Culture?
Boomerang Employees on Workforce Institute Radio: Creating a Culture That Makes High Performing Alumni Want to Come Back
Joyce Maroney, director of The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated, welcomes John Hollon, vice president for editorial at TLNT.com and ERE Media, and Sharlyn Lauby, president of ITM Group and popular industry blogger known as The HR Bartender, on the Workforce Institute Radio podcast series to discuss the rising trend of boomerang employees.