Strengthening Nurse Manager Engagement Whitepaper
Nurse manager engagement is fundamental to patient care outcomes, but managers overburdened by administrative tasks risk burnout and turnover.
The Real Impact of Absenteeism on Retail Operations Survey Report
According to global retailers, an unplanned absence rate of seven percent wreaks havoc on store operations, including staff productivity and satisfaction.
Moneyball for Retail: The New Competitive Advantage
Use the Moneyball curve to determine what effect your labour has on sales and margins.
Workforce Management in the Age of AI
Explore how Kronos and Workforce Dimensions are leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) to make workforce management tools even more powerful.
Are You Making Costly Hiring Mistakes?
Employers want to recruit and hire the best talent in their industry and avoid making costly hiring mistakes. But what if your organisation’s internal processes aren’t set up to support efficient and effective hiring?
Creating Engagement in a Diverse Workforce
The increasing diversity of today’s workforce is challenging organisations to build and support a corporate culture that fosters employee engagement and drives the employment brand.
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.
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.