People Analytics and Your Seasonal Workforce

Beyond just getting bodies onboard, leveraging this seasonal workforce can be a big competitive advantage.

Five Tips to Keep Your Employees Healthy

February is American Heart Month and, here at Kronos, we take this initiative seriously - especially on National Wear Red Day. This year, to help do our part in raising awareness about heart disease, Kronites all over the world sported their best red attire via photos shared to the Kronos Live Inspired Facebook page. For each photo … Continue reading Five Tips to Keep Your Employees Healthy

Workplace Trends for 2016 – Tweet Chat Highlights

We had a very engaging tweet chat today regarding what workplace topics and issues will be the most prevalent in 2016. Based off of The Workforce Institute predictions for 2016, we had quite a few thought leaders weigh in on what they think will be most critical in the coming year - especially when it comes … Continue reading Workplace Trends for 2016 – Tweet Chat Highlights

Battle of the Interns: The Competitive Fire Burns in the Next Generation Workforce

Today’s guest blog is courtesy of Kelly Dynan, a Kronos intern from Marist College who worked with the Corporate Communications team this summer. Since 2013, Kronos has hosted its own an internal Intern Kronolympics event at the conclusion of the summer internship program. This year, we took the event to new heights by inviting five … Continue reading Battle of the Interns: The Competitive Fire Burns in the Next Generation Workforce

Spreading Workplace Love (for Heart Health)

Workplace love isn't always a good thing - unless you're teaching employees how to take care of themselves.  Today's guest post is courtesy of Wendy Hadley who is a Benefits Specialist here at Kronos.  February is American Heart Month, but Wendy and her team decided to use the occasion to raise awareness of heart health for … Continue reading Spreading Workplace Love (for Heart Health)

Top 10 Career Myths – and how they hold you back (Part 3)

This is the third in a 3-part series about ten career myths that can hold you back.  There are links to parts 1 & 2 at the bottom of this post.  I wrote this advice for a presentation I made to an audience of Millennials, but most of the advice is relevant for anybody who … Continue reading Top 10 Career Myths – and how they hold you back (Part 3)

Top 10 Career Myths – and how they hold you back (Part 2)

Today's post is part 2 of a 3 part series on the career myths that can hold you back professionally. Part 2 focuses on managing yourself at work. Myths About Managing Yourself at Work You need to be outgoing and liked by everyone to succeed. True: It may be easier to forge productive working relationships … Continue reading Top 10 Career Myths – and how they hold you back (Part 2)

A Millennial Offers 7 Tips for Winning the Job You want

Today’s guest post is courtesy of repeat guest blogger Nicole Neves, a former Kronos intern who has joined our HR department as an employee. Nicole will be guest blogging here on issues that are relevant to Millennials in the workplace. When entering the workforce, Millennials often have this idealistic vision that we can find the … Continue reading A Millennial Offers 7 Tips for Winning the Job You want

Tweet Chat on Women in the Workplace

Our tweet chat in honor of International Women's Day posed several questions to our board members and the rest of the 169,350 people who follow them about how things are for women in the workplace.  Specifically: Q1: The theme this year for #womensday is inspiring change. How has a female leader inspired you? Q2: In … Continue reading Tweet Chat on Women in the Workplace

How Much Social Media is Too Much in the Workplace?

This has been a busy week for those of us at Kronos as we hosted our 16th annual KronosWorks conference in Orlando.  As always, it's a great opportunity for Kronos customers to jam in a lot of learning in a few days and expand their networks with new friends.  I'm pictured here with a couple … Continue reading How Much Social Media is Too Much in the Workplace?