Reinforcing Mission and Purpose Through Employee Engagement White Paper
The operational challenges faced by nonprofits can be offset by employee engagement, human capital management efficiencies, and data-driven solutions.
Absence Management: The Last Easy Money for Retailers
Absence critically impacts retail performance but technology can be used to accurately forecast customer demand and engage staff to reduce absenteeism.
Kronos for Federal Healthcare Industry Brief
Manually forecasting patient volume is unfeasible. Kronos® for Federal Healthcare accurately forecasts volume and aligns staff to deliver quality care.
Kronos for Federal Government Solution Guide
Federal agencies need real-time workforce data to appropriately align staff resources to serve the public. Kronos® for Federal Government delivers this.
How to Manage Unexpected Employee Absence and Increase the Bottom Line
Absenteeism is unpredictable – but Kronos automated solutions help you schedule smarter to discourage unplanned absences and keep productivity on track.
Managing the Ripple Effect of Employee Absence
Learn how you can develop a cost-efficient, productive, and high-performance workforce by managing the ripple effect of employee absence.
The Total Financial Impact of Employee Absences — Executive Report for United States
Learn what impact – and costs – employee absences are having on your bottom line. The results of this 2014 survey conducted with Society for Human Resource Management will astound you. The total cost of employee absence can reach up to 22% of base payroll; this figure includes both direct costs, like employee pay, and indirect costs, like replacement expenses, overtime, and net lost productivity. Find out what else the report uncovers that could convince you an automated absence management solution should be a priority in your budget.
Total Financial Impact of Employee Absences across the United States, China, Australia, Europe, India and Mexico
This 2014 survey, conducted with Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM) measures the direct and indirect costs of employee absences including costs associated with payroll, replacement workers, overtime and productivity loss. The more accurately employee absences are tracked and managed, the more effectively organizations can monitor, plan and budget for this expense.