Not Optimizing Kronos WFC 8.0? It Could Be Costing You Big Bucks

Toni Birdsong — Jan 2019

You may not be able to control a lot of external factors that hit your business but you can control your labor costs and the degree of efficiency within your four walls. If you are a Kronos Workforce Central (WFC) 8.0 user, the New Year is the perfect time to zero in on — and optimize — the power tools within your platform so you can see positive changes in your workflow this year.

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3 Tips to Help You Fly Through Your Kronos ACA Year-End Tasks

Toni Birdsong — Dec 2018

It’s the most wonderful time of the year but also the most hectic if you are a human resource or payroll manager scrambling to get everything in place for a smooth year-end.

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HR Tech: Dimensions Adds Custom Cloud and AI Horsepower to the Workplace

Toni Birdsong — Oct 2018

No doubt there’s a lot about Kronos’ new Workforce Dimensions platform that’s grabbed our attention; some of which we outlined last week. But a few of the features that stand out the most in making the platform so powerful for users are its D5 cloud platform and the combination of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML).

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WFC Employee SELF Service: It's all about ME (and my manager)!

Raymond Ney — May 2012

What is Kronos WFC "employee self-service" (ESS) about?

It's about allowing the majority of the employee population that use Kronos Workforce Central (WFC) to communicate more proactively and save your manager(s) AND organization time. Other departments where the cost savings by ESS are appreciated may include HR & Payroll. After all, the old saying goes: "Time is Money".

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Good HR/PR/IT Governance - Yes A Top 3 List!

Jeff Millard — Jul 2011

One of the best things about working for new clients is seeing how they employ essentially the same Kronos software differently to solve very similar, if not identical, business problems. Over the years this has given our technical specialists a variety of different perspectives—not just on how to get the configuration to work in certain situations but also what it can be like to maintain and change these structures over time.

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Too small to be rational, too big to care Part 2 of 3

Jeff Millard — Apr 2011

In the first episode of this blog on rationalizing policies and practices across wholly owned but separate entities I touched on the most common grist of size and function with the example of a big oil company running a small lemonade stand. Freshly squeezed from a client in a completely different industry I can tell you that, while the particular issues change, the themes are universal. Therefore, in this second part of my blog, I would like to categorize the common types of wrinkles we are called to iron out either before or during a large Kronos Workforce Management / Payroll project. In Part III I’ll even share some of the best practice ways we have seen them addressed using Kronos Timekeeper and, of course, share some of the less-than-brilliant approaches.

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Best Practice, Kronos Workforce Central and the DCAA

Jeff Millard — Sep 2010

Years ago when SOX404 standards became mandatory for public companies it was a common statement from IT, Finance and other managers—“Shouldn’t we be doing most of this stuff anyway?”   Sure the cost of moving from where we were to a more transparent, 404 compliant infrastructures was initially high but

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