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How to Plan for Training when Upgrading to Kronos Version 8.0

Jenna Ryckman — Jul 2016

Kronos Workforce Central Version 8.0 is the ultimate Workforce Management tool, allowing organizations to create and execute strategies that maintain and nurture a healthy and engaged workforce. Combining the best of both worlds, WFM software can help foster an environment that allows employees to feel both valued and inspired. However, upgrading an application without properly equipping users often produces less than desirable results. 

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Upgrading to the Cloud with Workforce Central Version 8.0

Jenna Ryckman — Jul 2016

Workforce Management is upgrading to the Cloud.

83% of net new additions of Workforce Central are now in the Cloud.

Cloud-based workforce management applications create easier access and management of real-time employee data, while providing enterprise class HR, time, and attendance platforms. 

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Kronos Support: How long will my Kronos WFC Version be supported?

Jenna Ryckman — Jul 2016

As Kronos continues to revolutionize their Workforce Central application, newer versions are starting to be released more frequently. The long awaited, completely Java-free WFC 8.0.11 was released just last week. Organizations are being forced to consider upgrading as the new upgrades put older versions in risk of “Sunsetting.”

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Kronos Workforce Central Version 8.0 is Officially Java Free

Jenna Ryckman — Jul 2016

With the release of Kronos Workforce Central Version 8.0.11, Kronos is now officially completely Java-free.

The release of WFC Version 8.0 brought with it over 500 new features, a new and improved platform, and an optimized user experience. The new user platform, along with intuitive and accessible reporting and analytics, reflects that message clearly by removing multiple previous limitations.

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Know your Workforce: Questions to ask Before Upgrading to Kronos WFC Version 8.0

Jenna Ryckman — Jul 2016

The workforce is constantly evolving. The constant state of change forces organizations to constantly reevaluate their processes, culture, and Human Capital Management strategies. According to the Global Human Capital Trends 2016 report, leaders are focusing on understanding and creating cultures/work environments that foster engagement, leadership, and career development. Amidst a competitive and highly transparent job market, digital technology is becoming essential to the process of forming and supporting an engaged and productive workforce.

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