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Building a Business Case for an Automated Time and Attendance Solution

Building a Business Case for an Automated Time and Attendance Solution
December 6, 2012 at 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
Jim Manfield, Product Marketing Manager(Kronos Incorporated)
Have you ever made an automation proposal to management and had it rejected, even though you were convinced that you had provided overwhelming evidence of the benefits and acute need for your recommended solution? Have you ever made an automation proposal only to have it linger at the bottom of the list of prioritized projects? Have you never made an automation proposal but are now faced with the daunting task of building a case for justification and don’t know where to begin, or how to go about it? If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions than this webinar is for you.

Labor and overtime costs are significant expenses for most organizations. In fact, more than half the workers interviewed in regions around the globe indicate their employer offered them overtime hours and wages. In some cases, workers are required to work overtime. Employers often lack visibility into what overtime is costing them and how to control it. Many are already working with a lean workforce and are looking for other ways to save. Your company has a limited amount of resources and many competing projects to evaluate. How can you get your executives to listen and invest in an automated time and attendance solution? It’s all about finding the value!

An automated time and attendance solution can help control costs, minimize compliance risk, and improve workforce productivity. You will learn how to gather the evidence and support required to present a persuasive and compelling case for change that will get your executives to listen.

Move your time and attendance project up the stack of organizational priorities.
Who Should Participate
  • Managers
  • Directors
  • IT
  • HR
  • Finance
  • Payroll
  • Operations
  • What You Will Learn
    1. The basics of a good business case
    2. How to build your business case
    3. How to conduct the business case review
    4. How to identify your cost-saving opportunities
    5. How to gather your recommendations and investment requirements
    6. How to package and present your findings
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    Workforce Planning and Analytics
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    Presented by
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    Jim Manfield
    Kronos Incorporated

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    Kronos Incorporated
    Industry-focused time and attendance, scheduling, absence management, HR and payroll, hiring, and labor analytics solutions and services — in our cloud and on the go. Kronos: Workforce Innovation That Works™.
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