Key Takeaways for Manufacturing
See how to motivate your employees and lower labour cost
Building the Plant of the Future
Learn about the key challenges in the behavior of consumers that will influence the manufacturing plant of the future.
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.
eBook: Why It's Time To Evaluate Your Timekeeping System
It’s simple, really. Your outdated time and attendance system is hurting your organisation. Trying to manage today’s rapidly evolving workforce with outdated tools drags down productivity, raises costs, and increases your risk of noncompliance. And frankly — it’s making your job harder. It is critical to stay on top of new demographic, technological, economic, and regulatory shifts to help sustain and grow your organisation. And you can’t do any of those things successfully with technology that was cutting-edge years ago.
Kronos for Manufacturing Solutions Guide
Brochure highlights the value Kronos adds to manufacturing operations and the tools crucial to helping you achieve operational excellence.
Big Data Turns Labour Information into Gold
Today, manufacturers are surrounded by the buzz about big data — as well as by the flood of information it represents. Why should they care? The answer is that a big data strategy creates opportunities to transform existing information about their workforce into business value. With the right data collection, analysis, and action, manufacturers can turn everyday data “straw” into information “gold.”
Global Workforce Management: Trends and Strategies for Australian Manufacturers
Gaining and retaining competitive advantage is key. Best in class Australian manufacturers understand that the next step is utilising technology and big data to control costs, maximise productivity and engage employees to drive success.