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The Workforce Awakens: The Star Wars Story of Workforce Management

Jenna Ryckman — Jan 2016

(WARNING!!! This blog may contain spoilers) 

On its way to being the biggest movie in all of box-office history, Star Wars the Force Awakens is the reawakening of a legacy that has touched the hearts and captured the imaginations of millions. The new storyline begins 30 years after the events of Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi. The First Order has risen from the ashes of the Galactic Empire and is opposed by General Leia Organa and the Resistance. Both sides are searching for the missing Jedi Master Luke Skywalker. New heroes rise in the form of Rey, an extremely force-sensitive scavenger from Jakku, and Finn, a stormtrooper turned hero who defects from the first order. Together they embark on a journey to find Luke Skywalker and cripple the First Order by destroying their new super-weapon, Starkiller Base. Kylo Ren, the apprentice of the Sith Lord Snoke, opposes these heroes.

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Kronos and Google Join Forces: Workforce Ready and Google Apps Combine

Jenna Ryckman — Jan 2016

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A Kronos Year in Review: The Top Kronos Guy Blog Posts of 2015

Jenna Ryckman — Jan 2016

January is a time for new beginnings. The countdown begins, the ball drops, and suddenly we all enter the new year with a clean slate and the hope of a year full of promise. Although January is a time to look to the future, it is also the time to reflect on the past. Robert Penn Warren eloquently stated, "History cannot give us a program for the future, but it can give us a fuller understanding of ourselves, and of our common humanity, so that we can better face the future." Before we move forward this year, here are your top five most-read WFM blogs of 2015! Cheers to another year of growing and learning together! 

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ACA and Kronos HR: IRS Delays Minimum Coverage Reporting Requirement

Jenna Ryckman — Jan 2016

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has been one of the most hotly debated pieces of legislation in a generation. While some congress members have made dismantling ACA their full time job, its implementation continues to challenge HR and Payroll departments nationwide, not to mention the software publishers that support them. And Kronos is no exception. Every couple of years there is a new fact of ACA that HR and Payroll departments are required to implement, leaving many struggling to figure out how best to modify their HR and Payroll tracking and reporting to comply. In 2012 it was the reporting of health care costs in W-2 Box 12 Code DD. This year—2015—it is implementation of ACA rules regarding benefit eligibility. 

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