Compensation among the Generations
Compensation means many things to many people. Learn what motivates Millennials, Gen Xers, Baby Boomers, and Traditionalists in the workplace.
Are You Relying on Dated Time Studies in Branch Scheduling?
Applying real-time date to guide scheduling allows staff scheduling to align with current traffic patterns and the best estimate of service needs.
Modernization Strategies to Attract and Keep Talent
Under increased pressure to modernize, governments are adopting new strategies to attract and retain employees.
5 steps manufacturers can take to engage the Gen Z workforce
By 2030, 22 percent of the workforce will be Generation Z. Learn what they want in a workplace and what it takes to make them an engaged, productive workforce.
Branch Scheduling Adherence: A Game of Cat and Mouse
Schedule adherence tools can help determine how well employees adhere to their schedules—and how this might affect business performance.
Sneak Peak – 2019 Kronos Appointment Study
Take a sneak peak of the study that highlights proprietary data on nearly 3,800 appointments scheduled at more than 340 financial institutions.
Transform onboarding in the branch from a paper-laden burden to a happy occasion
By re-envisioning onboarding and streamlining the process, new hires can have a more positive experience in a highly competitive job market.
Appointment Banking and Customer Change Management
With the advent of branch appointment applications and lobby tracking software, account holders can be seen promptly by the right employee to address the issue.
Bank of America’s announcement that it will raise minimum wage to $20 per hour has big implications for other banks
As part of an effort to recruit the best people to serve its customers and clients, Bank of America is raising its minimum wage to $20/hour by 2021.
Growing branch concerns for all collar workers
Emerging technologies, changing expectations, and technology firms attracting top talent is affecting the morale of all collar workers in the banking industry.