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Lessons in Leadership: One on One With Aron Ain, CEO of Kronos
Aron Ain, CEO of Kronos, gives his best advice on leadership.
Lucky Number 13: Kronos Named One of the Best Places to Work in Australia
Kronos Incorporated has been named the 13th Best Place to Work in Australia by Great Place to Work®. This marks the third-consecutive year that Kronos has landed in the top 20 on this prestigious list of best employers in the entire country.
Most Workers Favor a 4-Day Work Week
The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated and Future Workplace conduct a survey called The Case for a 4-Day Workweek.
Everything HR Needs to Know About Blockchain
Jessica Griffin, vice president of global product management for Workforce Ready at Kronos Incorporated, helps to demystify blockchain.
HRExaminer Executive Conversations w/ Tom Walsh | September 7, 2018 - 8 AM PDT
Tom Walsh, the director of data science at Kronos, leads the application of cutting edge Machine Learning and AI techniques to workforce data, including compliance auditing and retail business forecasting.
Kronos Payroll Rapidly Growing as More Organizations Tap Kronos to Simplify Human Capital Management
With one month remaining, Kronos Incorporated today announced Fiscal 2018 is the most successful year yet for Kronos Payroll.
Kronos to Discuss Future of Work at 2018 HR Technology Conference and Exposition
Jessica Griffin, vice president of global product management for Kronos Workforce Ready, will kick off the first day of the 2018 HR Technology Conference and Exposition by participating in the panel “AI, Blockchain, and VR: Are They Here To Stay?”, a featured session in the event’s Women in HR Technology track. In her role at Kronos, Griffin leads the design and development of Workforce Ready, the market’s fastest-growing full-suite human capital management (HCM) solution for HR, payroll, talent, and timekeeping.
The Case for a 4-day Workweek? Nearly Half of Employees Worldwide Could Do Their Jobs in 5 Hours or Less Each Day
According to a global survey of nearly 3,000 employees across eight countries conducted by The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated, nearly half (45 percent) of full-time workers say it should take less than five hours each day to do their job if they worked uninterrupted, while three out of four employees (72 percent) would work four days or less per week if pay remained constant. Yet, 71 percent of employees also say work interferes with their personal life.
45% of People Think They Can Do Their Job in Less Than 5 Hours a Day, According to New Research
Most employees say they could get their work done in less than seven hours a day, according to a new study from the employment think tank the Workforce Institute at Kronos and the research firm Future Workplace.
Five-hour Work Day Anyone? Employees Say they Could Get Plenty Done in that Time
So, think you could do your job in less than eight hours a day? Nearly half of employees surveyed by the Kronos Workforce Institute said they could do their job fine in just five hours — if they could do it uninterrupted.