Sponsor: Kronos

Employee Engagement: Against all Odds

Engaging and inspiring a multigenerational workforce is a challenge today — but human capital management technology tools can make it easier to meet the evolving needs of a diverse workforce. Learn how HCM tools can help you create a top-notch work environment that makes all employees feel valued, empowered, and engaged, which benefits the entire organization.
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Reinvention of HR: Managing HCM Trends and the Evolving Workforce

The multigenerational workforce, compliance requirements, and new technologies are the top trends affecting human capital management today. This white paper explores the need for HR leaders to develop new strategies for managing the increasingly diverse workforce, and the role workforce management technology and HCM tools will play in its success.
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Productivity: Managing and Measuring a Workforce

This 2015 Aberdeen Group global report explores the habits and strategies that highly successful organizations use to manage employee productivity.

• Reducing unplanned overtime by up to 33%
• Realizing a 5% to 20% improvement in productivity metrics
• Achieving the flexibility to improve organizational processes

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Building the Business Case for Human Resource Systems

With the pace of HR technology solution development also progressing quickly, HR leaders need to gain a solid understanding of the HR system options available. This tool is designed to help HR leaders build a business case for investing in next-generation HR systems to meet the growing HR demands of the organization. Demands include interfacing or integrating data, incorporating social and mobile technologies, and providing an employee experience that grows from the experience given to candidates.
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Five Foundational Metrics for Meaningful Workforce Measurement Insights

The key to building an HCM measurement capability is a fundamental understanding of the difference between data and analytics, metrics and measures. This report discusses those differences and how to use each effectively. It will also highlight five HR metrics every organization should be using that serve as the foundation for the production of more meaningful HR insights that move beyond the “what” and into the “why”.
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Four Keys to Realizing a Total Return on Your Kronos Investment

Making technology decisions in today’s rapidly changing and complex world is a challenge. The simple math of automation – is no longer sufficient to capture the true return on workforce management technology investments. As technology becomes more powerful and integrated, organizations are rethinking how they define the value created by these solutions, focusing on accuracy, visibility and accountability, not just cost savings. Technology is enabling organizations to go on a journey that starts with automation, and leads to integration, powerful analytics, and deep insight. By improving the accuracy of workforce management data, technology allows greater visibility into key information that lets managers make better, data-driven decisions. And this visibility lets organizations hold managers accountable for the performance results of these decisions.
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Optimizing the Workforce for Accountable Delivery in the Non-Acute Care Environment

Labor is an important operating cost for non-acute providers, and managing labor costs while optimizing the skill set, availability, and convenience of ambulatory care offerings is challenging. Workforce management technologies can allow non-acute providers to automate, optimize, and simplify all aspects of the employee life cycle while keeping costs down, offering convenience and service levels that help retain patients and staff.
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Conversation about Compliance, City of Tuscaloosa

The City of Tuscaloosa is ready for labor law compliance. Are you? Using manual methods to track labor is less than accurate and could put your government organization at risk for noncompliance with such labor regulations as FLSA, FMLA, ACA, and union agreements. Download this compelling conversation with the City of Tuscaloosa to learn from their positive experience how an automated system can deliver more accurate audit tracking, improve visibility and accountability, and reduce your risk of noncompliance.
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Maryland Parks Agency Slashes Operational Costs with Cloud Solution

Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (MNCPP) recently implemented an automated workforce management solution that provides access to the latest tools for increasing productivity, controlling labor costs, and mitigating compliance concerns. In addition, the MNCPP slashed operational costs by moving their workforce management system to the cloud. Learn more.
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Workforce Scheduling for the Public Sector

Efficient use of time and skills is essential for public sector organizations – allowing them to balance labor costs while delivering results for its community. This paper, based on data from Brandon Hall Group’s Workforce Management Study, will look at how organizations are using automation to streamline scheduling and enhance transparency for employees as well as external constituents.
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The Total Financial Impact of Employee Absences

The results of this 2014 survey conducted with SHRM will astound you. The total cost of employee absence can reach up to 22% of base payroll; this figure includes both direct costs, like employee pay, and indirect costs, like replacement expenses, overtime, and net lost productivity.
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The 5 C’s of Workforce Management: Managing Critical Stakeholders

This report from industry analyst Mollie Lombardi of Brandon Hall Group explores the importance of understanding the unique mindsets of your decision makers before approaching them about changing your workforce management strategy – because your new solution can’t get off the ground without everyone on board. Optimize your workforce management efforts by learning to speak the language of your stakeholders.
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How Your Time-Off Policy Can Cut Costs and Improve Productivity

Having a clear, concise and generous time off policy in place will allow your business to better budget for employees’ planned absences as well as cut costs associated with unplanned absences. Additionally, you will have a more loyal, engaged and productive workforce. These conclusions drawn from the recent study released by SHRM, Total Financial impact of Employee Absences.
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