Kronos Advisory Services for Public Sector
Kronos® Advisory Services for Public Sector help you navigate the ever-changing financial services landscape, extend the value of your Kronos solution, and achieve better organizational outcomes.
The 6 Workforce Hazards Facing Government
You've delivered on your promised services while attracting a skilled workforce, but at what cost is growth delivered? Learn about the workforce hazards affecting your state or local government in this whitepaper.
The Hidden Costs of Employee Absence
In a time when the public sector is under pressure to reduce costs while maintaining a high level of service, the impact of employee absenteeism is gaining increased attention.
A Conversation About Compliance: Government
Brian Butler, City of Tuscaloosa, sat down with Kronos to answer questions about complying with labor laws including Fair Labor Standards Act and the Affordable Care Act.
The Impact of Fatigue on the Public Safety Workforce
With the right practices and automated scheduling solution, leaders can promote safer environments for responders and citizens.
Sick Leave Abuse: Trends, Technology, and Real-World Solutions
Whitepaper analyzes the results of a recent sick leave abuse survey by PoliceOne.com and FireRescue1.com which show that it is a problem for many departments — and that a large part of resolving it means moving to a more efficient and consistent scheduling process.
Workforce Management in the Public Sector
This report tells public sector organizations how to accelerate Time to Value without waiting for ERP.
Which Comes First, the Enterprise or the Workforce Solution?
Aptitude Research Partners has found that workforce management technology’s broad reach, engagement impact, and shorter time to ROI may make it a better place to begin for Public Sector organizations than a more conventional starting point of ERP systems.
Achieving a Lean Government Workforce
Making workforce management processes more operationally efficient through the application of lean can result in higher capacity, even if the size and number of these processes remain unchanged.
Where Does the Money Go?
Where Does the Money Go? Survey shows state and local governments and K-12 districts need help to improve the tracking of labor costs to grants and projects.