Last week, I spoke with our board members Sharlyn Lauby (aka the HR Bartender) and William Tincup (so many aliases, I don't know where to start) about the future of mobile workforce management.Â At Kronos, we've invested in smartphone and tablet solutions that enable managers and employees to take action on common tasks like punching in and out, scheduling shifts, approvingÂ timecards, and the like.Â Frontline managers are thereby freed to "manage in the moment" while going about their daily routines, untethered from their office computers.
We're seeing rapid adoption of mobile technologies at Kronos and in the world at large.Â As consumers become more wedded to the conveniences of mobile devices for communication and entertainment, they increasingly expect to experience similar conveniences in the workplace.
We talked about the following questions that are top of mind for organizations using (or thinking about using) mobile technology to extend their workforce management environment:
You can listen in on our discussion here:
Are you using mobile technology on the job?Â What are the pros and cons?
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