3 Common & Incorrect Assumptions about Kronos Training

Mar 30, 2015 11:30:00 AM

 

The complexities inherent in Kronos training are often ignored. Training can be seen as a small part of project implementation, not requiring much attention. Organizations can forget the importance of training and that training invests in one of the most valuable resources: their workforce. Maximizing the potential and skills of your employees can optimize all other aspects of your organization. The minimized value placed on training is not the only misconception associated with Kronos training. Here are the top three common and incorrect assumptions about Kronos training.

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