Are you a leader or a follower?

Bryan deSilva — Nov 2011

It takes guts to lead. It takes guts to follow. Remember when reviewing your Kronos Timekeeper or Scheduling implementation to give the team members with the seemingly crazy ideas a chance. They might just have the idea that saves the company $10M.

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Kronos Workforce - Scheduling the Workforce T-E-A-M

Raymond Ney — Nov 2011

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How can Kronos Training be Uniquely Valuable?

Dwain Lambrigger — Nov 2011

Is it safe to say that Steve Jobs has in some way affected your life? I know, I know. Not another Steve Jobs tribute. I am probably the last person to talk to this. I don't own an iPod, iPad, MacBook, or any other Apple product, be it tangerine, blueberry, strawberry or ..

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Why do we do stupid things during our Kronos Implementation?

Bryan deSilva — Nov 2011

 

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Know Knows in Kronos Timekeeper Training

Dwain Lambrigger — Nov 2011

As a trainer, speaking to trainers, it seems like there are so many variables to your class. The biggee's? The network, the application, the participants. We always try to manage these variables as best we can. The way I do this is by knowing what I need to know, and then some. Taking the time to know as much as we can will improve the quality of the training course. That's what we are going for, right? This is what I need to know, every time I present a course. No ifs, and. or buts.  

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The Good, The Bad & the Tardy; Unintended Kronos Attendance Tracking Consequences

Jeff Millard — Nov 2011

Attendance problems are often at the top of the list whenever HR managers are surveyed as to where they spend the majority of their time. Without automation it can be an extremely burdensome and complicated process to define and track tardies, absences, and leaves not to mention the warnings, counseling sessions, and termination protocols called out by company/union polices when employees cross various thresholds. Throw in different policies across difference unions and/or departments within the same organization and the chances of doing this accurately and consistently without software enforcing the rules becomes almost zero.

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