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Tips from Glassdoor Top CEO Aron Ain

Kronos_Glassdoor CEO Rankings in Times SquareIn recent weeks, our outstanding CEO Aron Ain has been getting a lot of public recognition for his great performance.  He was once again recognized by Glassdoor as a top CEO – with a 96% approval rating from Kronos employees.   Of the 700,000 companies reviewed on Glassdoor, the average CEO approval rating is 67 percent.

Aron Ain has been CEO at Kronos since 2005.  During the 12 years of his leadership,  Kronos has grown from $518.7 million in annual revenue to  a $1.261 billion company; has expanded its worldwide employee base from 2,900 to 5,200 Kronites; and employee engagement scores have risen dramatically to 87 percent today, which includes a three percent boost from 2016 to 2017 alone.  Aron has also been honored for his commitment to employee engagement, innovation, and overall Kronos success by being named the inaugural Ray Stata Leadership and Innovation Award winner from the Massachusetts High Technology Council as well as CEO of the Year by MassTLC.

All of the above are impressive accomplishments.  What any Kronite would tell you, though, is that what’s most important is his genuine concern for every employee.  He trusts us to do our jobs, and we trust him in return.  If you’d like to hear from the man himself, have a listen to this short radio interview from earlier in June.  And if all of this makes you want to work for Aron and Kronos, you’ll find our job postings here.

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Can a Business Leader, Without HR Experience, Run HR?

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Engaging Employees Through Payroll – Tweet Chat Highlights

Payroll-Survey-ImageThank you to everyone who joined our tweet chat last week! This time, our chat was regarding our most recent surveys on payroll, and how payroll issues can undermine employee experience. Part one of this survey was released back in March, and part two was just released last week – so we, along with several members of The Workforce Institute Advisory Board and other industry influencers – had a lot to talk about!

Missed the chat? You can view the entire transcript below (as well as here), or search via #KronosChat on Twitter. We’d love to hear what you think about this topic – tweet us using #KronosChat, or comment below to share your thoughts.

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