Your Workforce: The Missing Link in Digital Transformation
The time for Digital Transformation is now – 62% of companies either have a strategy in place or are developing one. Manufacturers are embracing disruptive digital technologies as part of their Industry 4.0 or smart manufacturing initiatives. These early adopters are leveraging advanced analytics and performance dashboards to energize production and customer response.
Put Your Labor Data to Work: Unlock Improvements in Manufacturing with Engaged Employees
Learn how advanced Analytics can help you unlock the value of your people by providing meaningful insight on employee performance and best practices.
Workforce Analytics for Manufacturing Feature Guide
The Workforce Analytics™ for Manufacturing feature guide provides an easy‐to‐understand view of new features, enhancements, and functionality. You can use this handy guide to learn more about how Workforce Analytics for Manufacturing delivers reliable data you can use to understand labor issues and make informed decisions. With valuable insight into your workforce, you can answer critical business questions and pursue opportunities for improvement.
Salaried Workforce Management for Manufacturing Datasheet
Workforce management solutions help manufacturers control labor costs, minimize compliance risks, and maximize productivity of their entire workforce — both salaried and hourly. Today, most manufacturers track hourly employees’ benefit data such as vacation time and sick time. Yet, they are much less disciplined when tracking their salaried workforce. Salaried employees, such as researchers, engineers, and project managers, often work on projects that are tied back to customer contracts. To understand when a project is profitable — and why — manufacturers must measure all of the associated costs. All of this adds up where it matters most — better bottom-line results.
Workforce Auditor Datasheet
Kronos Workforce Auditor, featured in Workforce Analytics, helps organizations isolate specific dysfunctional behaviors and systemic violations of labor management policies before they adversely affect labor costs, employee engagement, or compliance.