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Managing the Future of Work in Life Sciences
Technology is transforming the life sciences industry and accelerating how it innovates and produces products. Workforce invest is needed to remain competitive.
Managing the Future of Work, Part III
In times of uncertainty, company culture is essential. Learn how to crisis-proof your culture to keep employees engaged, productive, and safe.
The Future of Manufacturing: Transformational Technology and Your Workforce
Manufacturers are implementing new technologies such as artificial intelligence, advanced automation, and data analytics to transform their operations now and for the future. While these technologies drive increased operational efficiencies and overall productivity, they also impact the workforce by providing the opportunity for upskilling and helping to attract new talent.
Examining Global Talent Trends and Modern Workforce Technologies in Manufacturing
Stay current and prepare for the future of work by leveraging automated scheduling technologies that support the evolving landscape.
Impact of Digital Transformation on the Employee Experience
Learn how your organization can manage the shift to digital transformation and leverage technology to ensure a highly engaged and productive workforce.
5 Steps Manufacturers Must Take to Engage the Gen Z Workforce
To remain competitive in the war for talent, manufacturers must create a work environment which attracts, engages, and retains the future workforce. This webinar will discuss five actionable steps manufacturers can take to get there.
Your Workforce: The Missing Link in Digital Transformation
The time for Digital Transformation is now – 62% of companies either have a strategy in place or are developing one. Manufacturers are embracing disruptive digital technologies as part of their Industry 4.0 or smart manufacturing initiatives. These early adopters are leveraging advanced analytics and performance dashboards to energize production and customer response.
Your Last Differentiator: Human Capital - Chapter One
Acquiring capital and technology is no longer a barrier to entry in any market, and the workforce’s application of capital and technology is what provides innovation and competitive differentiation.
Employee Engagement Your Last (and Best) Source of Competitive Differentiation
There’s a lot of talk today about employee engagement. Conferences are swollen by earnest discussions of how to address and manage millennials and Generation Y while also satisfying the needs of older staff.
Balancing Talent and Production Demands to Drive Your Smart Factory
Learn how Kronos Workforce Planner™ can help you hit production targets while providing employees with greater control over their schedules.