Making the Case for Gaining Visibility into Your Workforce
As competition for quality talent heats up, technology provides the perfect solution for all industries to gain high levels of visibility into workforces.
Managing a Global Workforce with Localization Fact Sheet
Global expansion increases operational complexity and risk, so you need to rethink how to develop a cohesive, high-performing workforce that spans cultures, countries, and borders.
Tackling Employee Burnout in Logistics
Employee burnout is threatening to place even greater pressure on staffing levels in the logistics industry. Discover ways to spot the signs of burnout and how organizations can prevent it today.
Your Last Differentiator: Human Capital - Chapter One
Acquiring capital and technology is no longer a barrier to entry in any market, and the workforce’s application of capital and technology is what provides innovation and competitive differentiation.
Employee Engagement Your Last (and Best) Source of Competitive Differentiation
There’s a lot of talk today about employee engagement. Conferences are swollen by earnest discussions of how to address and manage millennials and Generation Y while also satisfying the needs of older staff.
Finding Agility in Your Workforce:
Finding agility in your workforce allows you to optimize efficiencies, deliver improved customer service, and drive better business outcomes.
Kronos Services for Logistics, Service Sector, and Financial Services: Partnering for Success Video
Are you successfully achieving your desired business outcomes? Find out how Kronos delivers industry-specific guidance to deliver the experience you expect.
Kronos for Logistics Solution Guide
As logistics companies find themselves at the crossroads of a demand-driven supply chain and rising customer expectations, they need every advantage they can get to stay competitive and remain a vendor of choice.
A Consumer Approach: How HR Can Transform the Employee Experience
In today’s complex workplace, employers are struggling to attract, retain, and engage talent with the skillsets required to meet their strategic objectives. At the same time, employees are looking for alternative work arrangements, flexible hours, more control over their time, and a consumer-like work experience. What do these new expectations mean for HR?
The Overtime Lie
John Frehse, Sr Managing Director, Ankura Consulting Group, LLC explores the adverse costs of idle time and explains how overtime can be used as a powerful tool for companies to manage variable and seasonal demand.