Workforce Dimensions Demo
Today’s workforce expects their technology at work to match the ease, speed, and functionality of modern consumer applications. Learn how Workforce Dimensions™ delivers exactly that.
Prepare Yourself for the Future of Workforce Management
Prepare Yourself for the Future of Workforce Management explores how new technology platforms are transforming the workforce management market.
Workforce Dimensions Solution Guide
Powered by our intelligent, industry-first Kronos D5™ platform, Workforce Dimensions™ represents the next generation of workforce technology.
Workforce Dimensions Absence Management Datasheet
Learn how managing absence, leave and accruals with Workforce Dimensions™ can help control the cost of absenteeism and its effects on productivity.
Key Takeaways for Distribution
Motivate your employees and control labour cost in logistics and distribution. Watch this Kronos Australia logistics and distribution video on automating processes and controlling costs to learn more.
The 7 Hazards Facing Growing Businesses
Growth is good – right? Your hard work is paying off. Customers recognise your brand and the great products and services you deliver, but at what cost is growth delivered?
Australia's Hidden Workforce
There are substantial productivity gains for businesses willing to offer flexible working environments. Research by Kronos Australia reveals a predisposition among Australian employers towards an ‘ideal’ profile for workers. Consequently, businesses are missing out on ‘hidden’ local talent and the opportunities to build not only loyalty and culture, but to also drastically improve productivity, too.
Diagnosing the Health and Aged Care Industry: Healthy or Critical?
Discover key findings from Galaxy Research who outline the complexities of managing a multi-generational workforce and share advice on how healthcare providers can increase workforce productivity, improve the level of patient care and create a thriving, collaborative workforce culture.
Hidden Workforce Map
Australia could be 2.8 million short of the number of higher-skilled employees that industry will demand. This infographic shares some startling statistics.
The State of the Manufacturing Workforce: Will it be make or break?
Australia’s manufacturing sector is under considerable strain to remain competitive against lower-cost international rivals while simultaneously coming to grips with an ageing population, new technologies and increasingly stringent customer and regulatory requirements. As these trends increase competition and place pressure on revenues, the question about the future of the industry from the perspective of manufacturing employees must be asked.