In this paper you will learn how Kronos Workforce Analytics delivers centralised visibility into labour data, enabling organisations to make fact-based decisions that reduce labour costs, improve productivity — and boost the bottom line.

Applying Analytics to the Workforce

Many organisations have turned to BI tools to unlock knowledge from critical operational data, better arming key analysts or leaders within the organisation to spot trends, identify weaknesses, or measure improvement based on the rich set of aggregated data. However, because BI tools lack robust, organisation-aware security, organisations have been reluctant to deliver broad but discreet access to employees who need to make decisions based on labour information. In addition, visibility into labour data can be hard to come by because it is often stored in siloed systems that deliver rigid reporting tools.

Kronos Workforce Analytics delivers individual executives and managers centralised, role-based access to rich workforce data while allowing the organisation to maintain appropriate compliance and privacy control over the broader data set. With Workforce Analytics, those managers can use an intuitive graphical interface to perform drag-and-drop analysis and create their own reports that allow them to answer any workforce questions that arise. With the resulting visibility into labour information, organisations are better able to reduce labour costs, improve workforce productivity, and sustain profitable revenue growth.