The New Future of Work – White Paper
In 2020 the world changed. A period of rapid and intense learning saw technology embraced and shifts in society bring new ways of working. The New Future of Work is here. We need to manage our workforces in new and better ways.
Kronos Workforce Management Solutions: Defining the System Administrator Role
Learn about the roles and responsibilities of Kronos workforce solution System Administrators.
Change Management for HCM and WFM Success
Change management advice to help your whole team embrace your WFM and HCM plans, and ensure a smooth transition for all employees as they learn to use new systems and processes.
Five Practices Damaging Operational Performance in Today’s Supply Chain
Facing shrinking profit margins, capacity concerns, and rising customer expectations, logistics organisations need to provide better service at a lower cost.
Workplace of the Future
Building the workplace of the future now, with the help of people and technology. What you need to be mindful of when you take your organisation to the next level!
How Automation in Logistics is Improving Workforce Technology
This paper explores the myriad challenges being faced by the logistics sector of today, and how new and emerging workforce technologies will play an essential part in enabling smarter working and increasing employee satisfaction.
How to Enable Worklife Blend with Employee-led Tech
Today’s employees are switching between professional and personal modes more fluidly than ever before. The concept of worklife balance has evolved into a new seamless blend – and it’s employee driven. Employers that can enable this blend will benefit from increased motivation, productivity and retention.
Employee Engagement – Your Last Source of Competitive Differentiation
Competition is intense, therefore organisations need to fight hard to attract and keep the best. Employee engagement is your last source of competitive differentiation. Download the white paper to learn more.
Gaining Flexibility and Agility in the Workforce
Having successfully leveraged automation to achieve new levels of operational efficiency, logistics companies are now turning to technology to better understand and optimise their most valuable resource: their employees.
Employee Engagement for Logistics and Distribution
The impact of a disengaged workforce is being felt across the logistics and distribution industry where the true costs of ever increasing admin and employee absence impacts more than just the bottom line. An engaged workforce is the critical factor in attracting and retaining the best talent in a fiercely competitive market.