The Kronos Workforce Dimensions Features You Need to Know

Mar 9, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Not unlike the workforce, the world of Human Capital Management is ever-evolving. HCM and WFM software continues to update the underlying architecture, user experience, functionality, integration, data access, delivery, and support to help organizations better manage and optimize their most valuable resource: human capital. One of the most recent advancements is the release of Kronos Workforce Dimensions.

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Urgent Advisory: Workforce HR 2017 ACA Patch for Box 16 and Terminated Employees

Feb 27, 2018 11:00:00 AM

Kronos released an advisory for a complication with Workforce HR requiring an ACA patch for Box 16 and terminated employees. According to the release, a rare scenario has been identified that will cause the 1095-C to blank out box 16 for an individual employee.

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Top 4 Things to AVOID when Implementing Change Management for Kronos

Feb 21, 2018 12:00:00 PM

Chris Madsen is an Applications Consultant with over 15 years of project implementation experience. 


At the start of an enterprise Kronos project, there is often a moment of dread at the thought of tackling change management. Organizational change comes with a myriad of pitfalls and if handled poorly, can be an extremely painful process. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. When dealing with application changes or upgrades within Kronos or any other HCM software, you need to be very clear in your planning. Here are our top four things to AVOID when implementing a change management strategy during a Kronos project.

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Putting Collaboration back into Kronos Change Management

Feb 14, 2018 11:30:00 AM

Ken Day is a Senior Applications Consultant with over 20 years of Kronos experience. In this blog, he discusses the benefits of implementing the Kronos Paragon Implementation Methodology into a change management strategy. 

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Standardizing Rules and Policies in your Kronos Timekeeping and Payroll systems

Jan 31, 2018 11:30:00 AM

In today’s economy, there are frequent reports of corporate mergers or acquisitions. When this occurs, the parent company must bring the newly acquired asset into the current information systems. The process of combining information systems usually starts with the financial systems and works it way through the entire infrastructure so in the end the organizations can report as one entity. Before this process can occur, an organization must go through the major exercise of standardizing their accounts, policies and procedures to become one entity within their information system – including the standardization of how they report their transactions into that information system. Once both of these steps are completed, the last part of their information systems merger, timekeeping and payroll systems, are pulled into the standardization process.

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