Making Data-Driven Decisions: How Workforce Information Can Help Your Institution
Learn how to make smarter decisions for your institution with visibility into key workforce data.
Issue Brief: The Answers for Absence Management in Higher Education
Absenteeism in higher education organizations creates novel issues, as staff often cannot easily fill in for one another unless they have the same skill set. Those who do cover for absent staff can feel added stress, while absenteeism can also increase overtime costs.
U.S. Communities Datasheet
Kronos is proud to partner with the U.S. Communities Government Purchasing Alliance to provide public sector organizations with workforce management solutions to control labor costs, minimize compliance risk, and improve workforce productivity.
A Conversation About Compliance: Education
Shuana Thompson, Pace University, sat down with Kronos to answer questions about complying with labor laws including Fair Labor Standards Act and the Affordable Care Act.
Getting the Numbers Right
Nearly three-quarters of higher education institutions use grants to fund their staff. But how well are the institutions tracking and reporting their grant-related labor costs?
Kronos for Higher Education Blueprint
Kronos for Higher Education Blueprint shows how Kronos solutions are used to better manage the workforce throughout higher education.
Tracking Labor for Grant-Funded Projects More Accurately and Efficiently
Many institutions struggle with this critical aspect of grants management. But it doesn’t have to be a sticking point.
Clocking in on Campus
Student employees are an invaluable resource for colleges and universities — but managing this workforce has traditionally been complex. It doesn’t have to be.
Planning for Overtime — Survey Shows Higher Ed Struggling to Come to Terms With New FLSA Rules
A July eCampus News survey reveals that many higher education institutions do not have a clear understanding of the new FLSA overtime rules — and may lack the processes needed to forecast the true impact on their schools.