Time Is Money: The Benefits of Integrating Payroll and Timekeeping
Accurately paying employees isn’t as simple as multiplying hours or days by a set rate. Learn the benefits of integrating payroll and timekeeping.
Prepare Yourself for the Future of Workforce Management
Prepare Yourself for the Future of Workforce Management explores how new technology platforms are transforming the workforce management market.
The Value of Workforce Management for Government Agencies
Workforce management applications are designed to automate the deployment of the workforce through workload planning, scheduling, time and attendance tracking, resource management, and rules and compliance management. The following questions were posed by Kronos to Shawn P. McCarthy, research director for IDC Government Insights, on behalf of Kronos customers.
Value Index for Workforce Management
Kronos again claimed the top ranking in Ventana Research’s Value Index for Workforce Management.
Time and Attendance: The Core of Managing and Measuring Your Workforce
Based on data from more than 200 organizations in Brandon Hall Group’s 2014 Workforce Management Study, this paper reviews the evolution of time and attendance, the impact of automation and integration, and the key role time and attendance solutions play in managing and measuring today’s workforce.
More than Just Compliance: The Changing Face of Wage and Hour Law
The past decade has been a quiet one in the world of wage and labor laws. With many regulatory changes in effect or soon to be in place, organizations must now prioritize wage and labor law compliance. This 2016 Brandon Hall Group report discusses the current state of wage and labor law compliance.
Research Study: Cloud-Based Workforce Management Powers Midsized Organizations
When organizations deploy Workforce Ready, many see dramatic improvements across a range of key performance indicators (KPIs). Customers interviewed by SMB Group cited many KPI improvements such as 60%–80% reduction in payroll errors and time required to correct them, a 25%–85% reduction in time required to manage and control overtime, and a 3%–5% increase in company profitability.
Productivity: Managing and Measuring a Workforce
This 2015 research report explores how organizations can implement strategies to manage employee productivity.
Aberdeen Group Research Brief: Total Workforce Management 2013 — The State of Time and Attendance
How is time and attendance being influenced by trends — and how does it interact with other systems?
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.