Symptom Checker: How to Know if You Need a Workforce Solution
Use this symptom checklist to help you determine if you need a new time and attendance solution to better manage four of the most difficult workforce issues.
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.
Kronos for Healthcare
Explore automated technology solutions that empower you to schedule an engaged, efficient workforce across the continuum of care.
Extract: How to Best Attract and Retain Millennials (Chapter 4)
Millennials will soon be the biggest part of your workforce - if they aren't already. Read the latest chapter from the Kronos ebook, "It's All About Bob(bie): Strategies for Winning With Your Employees" to find out how they think differently from Baby Boomers and Generation X.
Key Lessons About Motivating a Millennial Workforce
With the rapid rise of the Millennial generation, building a workforce strategy that creates a thriving, engaged culture has never been more important. This infographic shows key lessons learned about motivating Millennials from a 2016 research report.
Workforce Management KPIs That Matter
Small and midsized organisations have been among the chief beneficiaries of recent technological advances, led by cloud-based solutions that deliver sophisticated and easy to use applications at reasonable costs and with minimal IT involvement.
Australia's Choice: Live to Work or Work to Live
The ageing workforce, lack of financial preparation for retirement and feeling motivated in their job are ongoing issues for Australians. In an attempt to gain a better understanding of how people feel about these topics Kronos conducted in-depth research to gain a better view of the future world of work and the tension that exists around whether we are living to work or working to live. With Australia’s retirement age set to rise to 70 by 2035 the generational gaps in the workforce will experience a very different dynamic that will come from four different generations working together which businesses will need to prepare for.
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.
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.