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Kronos iSeries on the web? Where's the green screen?

Bryan deSilva — Mar 2009

It looks like Kronos has actually brought the iSeries product out of the middle ages with it's updated Timekeeper, Activities, Scheduler and Absence Management modules. iSeries, for those of you who've never heard of it, is the big green screen version of Kronos Workforce Central that runs on AS 400's and cool boxes like the IBM i5 server. It also has some Windows client stuff using JWalk and other tools, but basically it feels like you're walking into a 1980's movie. It's usually used in Gaming and Hospitality environments but I've also known hospitals to use it.The fun part though is that they LOVE the old interface. I hear from most clients that they have no interest in anything other than the green screen <g>.

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Farming out Payroll Fundamentals

Jeff Millard — Mar 2009

Back in the good ol' days of payroll you skipped out of the field on the 15th and last day of each moon cycle and someone handed you three shekels. So endeth the pay-period. Fast forward a few thousand years and you are now looking over the pdf of your paystub wondering what the heck paycode ‘22FL150 - 2/3rds 150% Funeral Leave Pay' is (not to mention, who died?). 

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Who are we? Kronos Consultants or more?

Bryan deSilva — Mar 2009

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Kronos Timekeeper and Daylight Savings Time Solved

Bryan deSilva — Mar 2009

Is this what you expect to see in early March?

Do you really want the employee to work seven hours the last shift or not? How did you set it up? Do you know?

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