Bonnell Aluminum: Strategies for Being an Employer of Choice
In a tight labor market, retaining employees can be challenging. Learn how Bonnell Aluminum is using its Kronos® solution to be an employer of choice.
Improving Workforce Engagement in a Modern Distribution Organization
meet productivity goals in a tight labor market, distribution centers can utilize technology to engage and retain employees and optimize labor costs.
A Great Guest Experience Starts with a Great Employee Experience
Empower and engage your people with breakthrough employee services to perform at their full potential so they can better serve guests.
Boosting Employee Engagement in K-12 Schools
Antiquated systems can reduce school staff motivation. Learn how automating workforce management can boost employee engagement and student performance.
Scheduling Your Manufacturing Workforce
Effective labor scheduling is critical in manufacturing. Learn how new scheduling technology can align labor to meet your changing manufacturing needs.
How IT Can Partner to Solve Challenges of HR and Payroll
HR and payroll are transforming the way they work to increase efficiency, respond to the needs of modern employees, and help business run smoothly.
Redefining Retail Efficiency With Human Capital Firepower
Retail relies on quality employees for success. Retailers are using human capital management to track, monitor, and process their workforce with one unified system.
Technology and Culture: Working Together for Business Results
This Aptitude research report explores the evolution of HCM capabilities from focusing on operational efficiency to employee engagement — and how, in combination with the appropriate HR strategy, they can create a positive and productive employee experience.
Kronos Updates Give a Nod to Larger Human Resources Tech Trends
This blog highlights the latest innovations announced at KronosWorks 2015.
Five Key Trends from SHRM’s Special Expertise Panels
This SHRM Foundation report details how trends such as the globalization of business, changing demographics and changing patterns of mobility will continue to transform the workplace. How can HR leaders determine what this means for their organization?