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.
The Manufacturing Evolution
Access this resource to learn how the advent of AI will create new opportunities for your workforce to focus on value-generating activities.
Workforce Dimensions Demo for Manufacturing
Learn how Workforce Dimensions empowers you to work smarter in the modern cloud — all with the flexibility to work how, when, and where you want.
Six Reasons Manufacturing Organizations Need Kronos Workforce Planner
Shift scheduling for the workforce presents many challenges, and nowhere is the requirement to drive efficient operations greater than in manufacturing.
Managing the Future of Work in Manufacturing
In the face of digital transformation, learn how you can leverage technology to propel your most valuable asset — your people — into the future of work.
Kronos for Life Sciences Industry Brief
Kronos® for Life Sciences helps pharma, medical device, and biotech firms, as well as CROs and CMOs, optimize their workforce and stay competitive.
Integrated HR and Timekeeping for Construction
Learn how your organization can incorporate people-centric technology to drive productivity for better business outcomes.
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.
Looking to Inspire Your Manufacturing Workforce?
Truly prioritizing employees isn’t just good for employees — it’s good for business. When you create an atmosphere where people love to work, amazing things happen.
Unions and Manufacturing: A Team Effort
Manufacturers and unions can collaborate to improve compliance with labor agreements, ease the transition to new technologies, and create goodwill with the workforce.