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Millennials and Mobile: How Kronos WFC Engages the New Workforce

Jenna Ryckman — Jun 2016

What do Millennials and mobile technology have in common? Both are shaping and revolutionizing the new workforce. By the year 2020 Millennials will make up 66% of the entire workforce.Optimistic, resourceful, and nearly completely digital, the Millennial employee demands a different corporate environment than all the generations before them. A Millenial's approach to life and work is defined by the tech-savvy, multi-tasking, and collaborative elements of their personalities. Unlike Baby Boomers and Generation X, Millennials are not motivated by job security, but instead value flexibility and compensation. Flexibility in the workforce is often characterized by the ability to work remotely.

The way people work is changing. Instead of the traditional never-leave-my-cubicle workday, a mobile workforce is now the norm for many organizations. In fact, 3 out of 5 employees say they don’t need to be in the office to be productive. With employees becoming more on the go than ever, mobile technology is becoming a necessity for an organization’s survival.

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Kronos Partnership Summit 2016: Questions, Themes, and some Commentary

Jenna Ryckman — Jun 2016


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The Kronos Partnership Summit just took place on June 7th and 8th and I am so excited about the upcoming opportunities for Improvizations and the big changes in the field of Human Capital Management. I had the opportunity to network with over 60 different companies and 140 attendees at the event, developing valuable relationships with other experts in our field. I would love to share a few of the highlights from the event with you and get your feedback on everything that is happening in our ever-evolving field. 

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How to Create a Project Charter for a Kronos WFC Project

Jenna Ryckman — Jun 2016

Enterprise Kronos WFC projects are complex. In order for any project to be well organized and well executed, the organization needs to create a Project Charter. Although sometimes forgotten, creating a Project Charter is a standard step along the traditional project development and management process.

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Engaging the Workforce: How WFM software can Decrease Employee Burnout

Jenna Ryckman — Jun 2016

One of the major challenges organizations face today is prevention of workplace burnout. Workplace demands on employees are increasing rapidly and the ramification of employee burnout is a serious decrease in organizational productivity. One of the keys to preventing burnout is increasing employee engagement.

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