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What Makes a Company a Best Place to Work?
Glassdoor has released its annual Best Places to Work list for 2017 and while a diverse group of companies are represented, there are common elements that experts say the best employers share.
Kronos Lands Another Top Place to Work Distinction
Kronos Incorporated today announced that it has once again been named a Top Place to Work by The Boston Globe in the newspaper’s ninth-annual employee-based survey project.
Kronos Continues to Gain Global Recognition for Strong Workplace Culture; Adds Another Accolade as a Great Place to Work in India
For the second consecutive year, Great Place to Work® placed Kronos Incorporated on its list of the 50 Best Information Technology Companies to work for in India.
Aron Ain of Kronos Named CEO of the Year
Kronos Incorporated today announced that Chief Executive Officer Aron Ain was named CEO of the Year by the Mass Technology Leadership Council (MassTLC). Ain accepted the award, which celebrates the best of the region’s internationally-renowned technology industry, at MassTLC’s 19th annual Leadership Awards Gala held in Boston on Sept. 14.
Kronos Recognized as a Best Place to Work in Australia
Great Place to Work® Australia has named Kronos Incorporated one of the top 20 Best Places to Work in Australia, marking the company’s first inclusion in this prestigious annual ranking.
How Important Are Flexible Time Off Policies To Millennials?
One of the recent trends among corporations is to introduce a flexible time off policy, allowing their employees to take time off at their choosing, without having to count or accrue time off hours. Millennials are often to thank for this as they’ve pressed for more flexible and accommodating benefits.
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#InternBattle: The Summer Games Quadruples in Size as Hundreds of Interns Gather at Lawn on D to Determine Which Massachusetts Technology Company
As the world prepares for the 2016 Rio Games, the Boston technology scene is gearing up for its own Olympic-sized affair: the second-annual Summer Games: Battle of the Interns presented by Kronos Incorporated. This year, interns from 12 innovative Massachusetts technology organizations – Acquia, Akamai Technologies, athenahealth, Cadence Design Systems, Inc., Dassault Systèmes, EnerNOC, Epsilon, Kronos, LogMeIn, MathWorks, Monster, and Symbotic – will compete in The Summer Games: Battle of the Interns on Monday, Aug. 1 at The Lawn on D in Boston.
Great Businesses are Powered by Great People: Kronos Again Named a Best Place to Work
Boston Business Journal ranked Kronos Incorporated as the #2 Best Place to Work – and the top technology employer – within the extra-large category of its 14th annual Best Place to Work ranking of Massachusetts workplaces.
Culture Drives Business Results: David Almeda and Members of The Workforce Institute Board Headline Sessions at SHRM’s Annual Conference
David Almeda, chief people officer of Kronos Incorporated, will kick-off day two of next week’s Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Annual Conference and Exposition in Washington, D.C., with a Mega Session: How Workplace Culture Can Drive Business Results.