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Why Kronos' New Lowell Headquarters Is Now More Than Half a Million Square Feet
After another year of growth in its cloud software business, Kronos Inc. is adding more space to a new office lease that is already among the state's biggest in recent memory.
What Employers Will Worry About in 2017
The biggest priority, and concern, for business leaders in 2017 will be retaining employees in a competitive talent marketplace. In a new study by Future Workplace and Kronos, we found that 87% of employers said that improving retention is a critical priority for their organization.
Millennials Aren’t Lazy: They’re Workaholics
The millennial generation, the first to grow up with smartphones in their hands, is often stereotyped as lazy and entitled. But workplace experts say workaholics are common among 19-to-35-year-olds, perhaps more so than among older members of Generation X and baby boomers.
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.
White Collar OT Rule Delayed: What Business Owners Need to Know
According to the Obsessed with Overtime: Prepping for FLSA’s New OT Rule survey conducted by The Workforce Institute at Kronos following the announcement of the new regulations in May, 39 percent of salaried employees said they are not required to track and report their work hours. Even those who do may not be recording it as precisely as an hourly employee who punches in and out every shift.
Labour: The Missing Piece in the Industry 4.0 Jigsaw
With manufacturers intently focused on the technology element of Industry 4.0, the workforce management company Kronos believes that maximum benefit can only be achieved if equal attention is paid to the people operating it. Nick Peters reports.
Kronos Helps International SOS More Effectively Manage its Workforce to Protect and Save Lives
International SOS, the world’s leading medical and travel security services company, selected workforce management solutions from Kronos Incorporated to support its global medical services operations.
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 Survey Offers Tips for Employers Looking to Reduce Holiday Turnover
Kronos Incorporated today announced the results of a survey commissioned by Kronos and conducted online by Harris Poll that provides retailers with insight into how they can reduce turnover during the busy holiday season. The survey also looks at how retail employees (retail store managers and associates) feel about working during the holiday season and what items they would put on their personal “work wish lists”.
Kronos HCM Software Business Surges as Customers Across All Industries Engage Hourly and Salaried Employees on One Unified Platform
Kronos Incorporated – long known as the global leader in workforce management – today announced significant growth in the human capital management (HCM) market as customers across all industries leverage the Kronos human resource management suite to attract and retain top talent, engage the workforce, and manage all their employees – both salaried and hourly – on one unified platform.