Kronos for Goodwill Industries Industry Brief
Staff turnover is a common issue for Goodwill Industries. Learn how Kronos® for Goodwill can improve employee hiring, engagement, and retention.
Kronos at Work in the YMCA
See how Kronos® for YMCA helps your entire organization address critical business issues — from lowering costs to improving employee engagement.
Kronos for Nonprofits Industry Brief
Kronos® for Nonprofits helps you attract, retain, and engage quality talent and manage the employee lifecycle from pre-hire to retire so you can provide services in a safe, cost-effective, and compliant manner.
Put Your YMCA Budget to Work for You
By identifying both savings and efficiency measures through more effective workforce management, YMCA’s can ease the pressure on your budget and be ready to implement new programs, facilities improvements, and services that support members and goals.
Kronos for YMCA Industry Brief
Learn how Kronos® for YMCA helps you attract and retain best-fit employees and manage them more cost-effectively to deliver safe, quality member services.
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.
IDC Vendor Profile: Kronos Advancing Workforce Management in the Cloud
This IDC Vendor Profile describes Kronos as the leading provider of workforce management software worldwide and recognizes Kronos for leveraging innovative workforce management technologies such as cloud, social, mobile, and big data.
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.