10 Tips to Avoid Unplanned Absences After the 2019 Big Game

10 Tips to Avoid Unplanned Absences After the 2019 Big Game

Take a page from the Kronos playbook. Prepare for the Big Game and beyond with our top 10 tips to avoid employee absence.

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  • Workforce Management

Absenteeism Wreaks Havoc on Global Retailers: Is Technology the Answer? Infographic

Absenteeism Wreaks Havoc on Global Retailers: Is Technology the Answer? Infographic

Retail industry absenteeism is a global issue. Learn how absenteeism impacts retailers and how self-service workforce management tools can help.

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  • Workforce Management

Kronos for Local Government Blueprint

Kronos for Local Government Blueprint

Kronos® solutions for state/local government agencies help control labor costs, minimize compliance risk, and maintain accountability and transparency.

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  • Workforce Ready Suite

  • Workforce Management

Navigating the Unpredictable Labor Compliance Landscape Infographic

Navigating the Unpredictable Labor Compliance Landscape Infographic in Healthcare

Healthcare organizations must comply with constantly shifting labor laws at the federal, state, and local levels, as noncompliance can result in costly fines.

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  • Workforce Management

Controlling Labor Costs Infographic

If You Can’t See Labor Costs, You Can’t Control Them Infographic

You could be losing money to time fraud. Don’t let buddy punching, rounding-up, and staying later add unnecessary labor costs to your budget.

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  • Time and Attendance

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Total Financial Impact of Employee Absences in the U.S.

Supervisors spent an average of 4.2 hours per week managing absences, which is equivalent to 210 hours, or 5.3 weeks, per year per supervisory employee at organizations that were open 50 weeks per year.

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  • Absence Management

Infographic - Big Game Fever 2016

Infographic - Big Game Fever

A new survey commissioned in January by The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated and conducted by Harris Poll suggests that an estimated 16.5 million employed U.S. adults may miss work the day after the Super Bowl due to the game, with nearly 10.5 million Americans having already requested or plan to request the day off in advance.

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  • Workforce Absence Manager

  • Absence Management