Workforce Scheduler for Healthcare
Workforce Scheduler automates the creation of work schedules based on a forecast of predicted patient volume, with consideration of employee skills, experience, and preferences.
Leveraging Scheduling Technologies to Meet the Demands of COVID-19
COVID-19 has greatly impacted healthcare staffing. Learn how Kronos® for Healthcare Solutions align staffing with census, workload and employee skills.
Strategies for Riding Out the Chaos: Scheduling
As retail and hospitality begin to resume activities, special scheduling considerations should be made to handle changes in volume, tasks, and safety.
Strategies for Riding Out the Chaos: Forecasting
As the economy shifts in unexpected ways, retail and hospitality face special considerations when building forecasts for short and long-term decisions.
Scheduling for Post Acute and Senior Living Datasheet
Looking to keep your residents healthy and your staff satisfied? Learn how Kronos® Scheduling for Post Acute and Senior Living can help.
Fatigue and Engagement: The Impact of Shift Work Schedules
Keep nurses and healthcare workers engaged with schedules that prevent fatigue. Learn how Kronos ® can help.
How Mission Health Was Able to Optimize Cost, Save $500K
Control labor costs without compromising care. Learn how Kronos Workforce Central® can help.
Predictive and Flexible Scheduling: What, When, Where & Why
Prepare for predictive scheduling with workforce management tools that improve compliance. Learn how Kronos can help.
Workforce Scheduler Datasheet
Kronos® Workforce Scheduler™ takes the guesswork out of scheduling by giving managers the tools and information they need to plan accurately and execute intelligently. This powerful solution can help your organization align labor to demand, balance coverage, fill open shifts, manage employee fatigue, and make more informed scheduling decisions to better control labor costs, minimize compliance risk, and improve workforce productivity.
Industry Spotlight: Kronos for Energy
For employers in the oil and gas industry, fatigue is more than a matter of “a bad night’s sleep.” Fatigued employees can mean serious occupational risks, as well as billions of dollars annually in lost productivity, absenteeism, and other expenses.