Workforce Mobile Datasheet
Learn how Kronos® Workforce Mobile™ empowers employees and managers with untethered access to Workforce Central in a sleek, easy-to-use format.
Employee Engagement for Healthcare Report: How to Drive Productivity by Focusing on Your Hourly Employees
This research-based report provides insight into the state of employee engagement in U.S. healthcare organizations and highlights opportunities to improve productivity and patient care through more effective workforce management.
Staffing LINK Datasheet
Staffing LINK — a National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators® (NDNQI®) export interface based on Kronos Workforce Integration Manager™ (WIM) — providers can streamline their Press Ganey NDNQI data submission with high-quality, accurate workforce data.
Kronos for Acute Care Hospitals
Kronos for Acute Care Hospitals helps providers create and manage an engaged workforce that supports the delivery of value-based healthcare. With solutions that help balance staff workloads, provide full workforce visibility, improve productivity, and automate recruiting, attendance policies, and more, healthcare organizations can seamlessly manage their most valuable asset.
Complex Labor Regulations Raise the Stakes for Organizations
Download to explore why you need to take comprehensive, proactive steps now to develop compliance strategies and tools to protect your organization.
The Kronos InTouch provides an unrivaled user experience that reshapes the way you think about — and the way employees interact with — your workforce management system. All through a simple touch-screen time clock designed to meet the needs of tomorrow, today.
Leveraging Workforce Management to Meet the Challenges and Demands of Acute Care Staffing
It is clear that hospitals need to move beyond minimum staffing ratios and make the best use of staff possible to meet the quality and productivity goals under healthcare reform. One trend in staffing today is the use of acuity classification which allows a more precise distribution of resources as staffing ratios can be customized to the acuity of patients, and denser coverage delivered to patients with the greatest need. IDC analyst Judy Hanover recommends that hospitals incorporate acuity data into staffing and scheduling processes and systems. Other technology trends for staffing and scheduling discussed are mobile communications, whole-house views and cetralized staffing. Download this Q&A to get insights on these solutions.