Better Substitute Management: An Integrated Approach
In this webinar, experts discuss how greater visibility into substitute management can control labor costs, minimize compliance risk, and enhance safety measures.
The Kronos and Worldgate Partnership Industry Brief
To ensure its K-12 customers effectively implement their time and attendance solutions, Kronos has partnered with Worldgate to deliver an unparalleled experience.
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.
Omnia Partners, Public Sector Government Purchasing Alliance Datasheet
Kronos is proud to partner with Omnia Partners, Public Sector to provide public sector organizations with workforce management solutions to control labor costs, minimize compliance risk, and improve workforce productivity.
ESSA Personnel Reporting: No Time to Waste
This webinar explores why teachers and other personnel need proper internal controls when federal dollars are used to support their time worked — and how school districts are adapting to ESSA.
Substitute Management System Interface Datasheet
The Kronos substitute management system interface enables seamless transfer of absence information from your substitute management system to your Kronos workforce management solution.
Special Activities: Reporting and Tracking Labor in Your District/School Webinar
Accounting for the labor costs involved in grant-funded activities can be fraught with difficulty — but an automated workforce management system can help.
Why Kronos for K-12? Fact Sheet
When selecting a time and attendance solution for your school district, be sure your choice delivers the depth of functionality you need to succeed.
Kronos for K-12 Education Fact Sheet
School districts can manage their workforces more effectively and efficiently with the all-in-one Kronos for K-12 Education solution.
Tracking & Reporting Special Activities Labor in Schools White Paper
Accounting for the labor costs involved in grant-funded activities can be difficult — but an automated workforce management system can help.