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Meet California’s 101 Top CEO’s in the SaaS Space

This list showcases the top California-based CEOs operating in the SaaS space. The individuals on this list have been included because of exceptional performance.

42 Companies that are Changing Workplaces for the Better

Legion Technologies has been named as a finalist in the ‘Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas Awards’ in the Workforce Management Platform category.

The Great Resignation & The Future of Work: Traci Chernoff of Legion on How Employers and Employees are Reworking Work Together

At Legion, our mission is to turn hourly jobs into good jobs, and we use it to drive our employees to create new solutions and products that not only lean into this value but also make them proud to be a part of it.

Transforming Hourly Jobs to Good Jobs: How Technology Is Changing The World of Work

Traci Chernoff, Legion Technologies’ Director of Employee Engagement joined the Humanalytics podcast to discuss how businesses with a sizable hourly workforce can offer greater flexibility while still meeting scheduling and business demands.

Modern Workforce Management Solutions: Beyond Time and Attendance

CSN sits down with Michael Spataro, Legion Technologies’ Chief Delivery Officer, to discuss how traditional retail workforce management (WFM) technology solutions have evolved and what that evolution means for c-stores as well as other types of retailers.

The Fightback for Hospitality Workers Starts with the Employee Experience

If hospitality businesses are to win back the talent the industry needs, then focusing on the whole person needs of newly empowered workers will be key.

Why Workforce Management Faces a Daunting Post-COVID World

Before the pandemic, workforce and human capital management software and services were mainly used to track employee attendance and work. But with a more hybrid and gig-centric workforce, those tools are now in need of major upgrades.

Supply Chain Disruption Isn’t Going Away. But AI Can Help.

The past two years have brought about significant disruptions to global supply chains. Moving forward, the hope is that some of these disruptions will ease as businesses work to make their supply chains more resilient, e.g., by diversifying their manufacturing networks, multi-sourcing their suppliers, or creating inventory buffers.

Raising the Bar on the Employee Experience

As the pandemic continues to be a part of our lives and has shifted the way we view work, frontline employees now view schedule ownership and flexibility as highly desirable requirements in 2021 especially since pay alone is no longer considered to be enough in retaining workers.