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Is it Time to Go Mobile? - Empowering your Workforce with Kronos Mobile

Jenna Ryckman — Jun 2017

As technology continues to grow and shift, the ever-evolving workforce expects technological advancements in the workplace. Currently, one of the biggest growing trends in the field of workforce management is the development and implementation of mobile applications. “The global workforce management market comprises different applications like time and attendance management, labor scheduling and budgeting, absence management, leave management, and workforce analytics. Standardization and streamlining of all these different applications is expected to drive the market growth from $4.80 billion in 2016 to $11.09 billion by 2025, according to Grand View Research’s (GVR) new report titled "Workforce Management Market Analysis By Solution.”¹ 

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How Kronos Time and Attendance can Increase your Productivity

Jenna Ryckman — Jun 2017

One of the most essential features of Kronos is the ability to track your workforce’s time. Having the tools necessary to look at when your employees are working and exactly what they are accomplishing allows your organization to gain insight into how to manage productivity. Workforce Management software is simply a tool that aids in clearly depicting the overall costs of doing business. If you clearly understand those costs, you can better manage your labor costs, expenses, and budgets to build and support your competitive edge. Kronos gives organizations the ability to simplify tedious manual tasks that may have been involved with monitoring employee time and attendance, labor tracking, and data collecting. Here are a few of the key ways a Time and Attendance system can help increase your organization’s productivity levels.

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Why you should consider a Kronos Gap Analysis

Jenna Ryckman — Jun 2017

"Success is the sum of details." - Harvey Firestone

Workforce Management is a field dependent on details. When looking at the details of your workforce management processes, it is not uncommon to discover that real improvements could be made to your configuration and/or application. A Kronos Gap Analysis is simply the best way to identify if and where configuration gaps or weaknesses exist in your Kronos application’s configuration, interfaces, or user adoption. One of the most beneficial strategies for conducting a Gap Analysis is to execute the process before an upgrade or before implementing new functionality. If your organization is not experiencing the benefits or ROI that you expected, or if you are simply ready for a Kronos Version 8.0 upgrade, a Gap Analysis is the best way to identify if and where configuration gaps or weaknesses exist in your Kronos application’s configuration, interfaces, or user adoption. There are three main goals behind a Kronos Gap Analysis: 

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