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.
3 tips to stay ahead of the competition
Having a great employee experience will keep you ahead of the competition. Organisations with more engaged employees typically outperform those without engaged employees.
Webinar: Kronos Task Management™ powered by ThinkTime®
Helping you optimise your people resources to control costs, improve revenues and deliver great customer service is at the heart of every Kronos solution. We are proud to now offer the ability to extend these benefits with our new Kronos Task Management powered by ThinkTime solution.
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!
Using Metrics to Measure Labour Productivity
Turn labor and sales data into meaningful business intelligence to make data-driven decisions that optimize workforce utilization, control labor costs, and drive continuous improvement.
The Future of Grocery
Innovate on all sides of the business to maintain your margins, your workforce and your share of consumers’ wallets. Learn how Kronos workforce management solutions can help.
Kronos for Food Service Solution Guide
Kronos for Food Service delivers innovative solutions that help you handle workforce management issues and deliver a quality guest experience that drives loyalty and value to your bottom line.
Workforce Analytics Assessment for Retail and Hospitality
Download this datasheet to learn how the Workforce Analytics Assessment can help support your customer experience strategy – and give you the information you need to deliver the experience your customers expect.
Kronos Operations Executive Summary for Retail
60 million customers spend an amazing £340 billion a year with UK retailers. Business has never been better - yet at the same time, there are challenging signs. Retail growth has slowed to just 2% PA. Costs are rising, fuelled by the National Living Wage, Apprenticeship Levy and Business Rates. The BRC estimates that by 2020, UK retailers will be hit with a £14 billion bill - 20% of total profits. By 2025, a full 900,000 retail jobs will be lost in the UK.