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.
Five Cs of Change Management, Success for CFOs
When it comes to change, there is no guarantee of success. But if you take the time to know and understand your culture, engage your employees and communicate with the entire organization, your chances of success will be greatly improved.
The State of Workforce Management
Source: Ventana Research
Ventana Research published this benchmark research to determine the attitudes, requirements and future plans of those who use workforce management systems and to identify the best practices of organizations that perform the best with it.
HfS Blueprint Guide: Predictive Capabilities in HCM Systems
Kronos is ranked as a “High Performer” – the highest category represented – in this HfS Research Blueprint Guide for Predictive Capabilities in Human Capital Management (HCM) Systems. The report highlights Kronos’ commitment to execution and innovation in predictive HCM.
Value Index for Workforce Management
Kronos again claimed the top ranking in Ventana Research’s Value Index for Workforce Management.
Building the Business Case for Next-Generation HR System
Read how to build a business case for investing in next-generation HR systems to meet your growing demands.
Kronos: Workforce Ready Mission for SMBs
November 21, 2016
Source: SMB Group
Recap of KronosWorks highlighting Kronos’ position in the HCM software market.
Who is the Fifth Largest HCM Vendor?
December 6, 2016
Source: Human Resource Executive
HR Technology Column about Kronos’ position as the 5th largest HCM vendor.
Zappos and Kronos: Powered By Kronos
As Kronos takes on more responsibility for SaaS delivery and multifaceted workforce management support,
it will need to expand its employee commitments as well as cultivation of service provider partners. Yet
company and workforce transformation is nothing new to Kronos, having started out manufacturing time clocks
before evolving into software development. Powered by service is simply the next transition.
Happy Hour—Kronos Offers Fresh View on Hourly Working at 2016 Conference
December 5, 2016
Source: Technology Evaluation Centers
Recap of KronosWorks highlighting Kronos’ unique position in the HCM software market.