Using Metrics to Measure Labor Productivity
Turn labor and sales data into meaningful business intelligence to make data-driven decisions that optimize workforce utilization, control labor costs, and drive continuous improvement.
Long-Term Capacity Planning Datasheet
Get a better understanding of how big data, cloud computing, omnichannel distribution, and mobile solutions are disrupting the logistics industry.
Are You Gen Z Ready? On-Demand Webinar
Gen Z enters the workforce with unique viewpoints and expectations. Learn the keys to managing your new employees in the “Are You Gen Z Ready?” webinar.
Kronos Task Management: Real Problems, Thoughtful Solutions
This 30-minute on-demand webinar will show you how to create, prioritize, and assign tasks simply with easy-to-use tools that automate task management and balance store workload.
How to Develop an Effective Retail Labor Performance Management Program
Centralized retail labor performance management helps control costs and optimize service. Learn labor analytics best practices that drive results.
Using Workforce Management to Drive Employee Engagement
Workforce management has a big impact on the retail employee experience. Learn how workforce technology can help keep associates and managers engaged.
Up to the Task eBook
Keep stores operating with peak efficiency and help associates prioritize tasks, organize time, and complete necessary work to improve customer satisfaction.
The Real Impact of Absenteeism on Retail Operations Survey Report
According to global retailers, an unplanned absence rate of seven percent wreaks havoc on store operations, including staff productivity and satisfaction.
7 Tips for Recruiting, Hiring, and Retaining Seasonal Staff
From holiday shopping to summer vacation to back to school, industries are challenged to source, recruit, hire, and manage a productive seasonal workforce.
Workforce Management in Multiservice Organizations
Siloed operations hinder service and facilities management companies in standardizing workforce management. Focusing on similarities is more effective.