COMPLEX KRONOS PAY STRUCTURES and THE END OF THE WORLD AS WE KNOW IT

Jeff Millard — Dec 2010

Stay with me folks… hold hands if necessary but things are going to get complicated here as I share with you my latest update on costing complex pay policies. As you know, my curiosity was piqued when amongst all the granularity of labor costing there was ‘a gap in the literature’, as they say, when it comes to costing all the complexity we have created over the years in ways to pay people. Since I couldn’t find anything in the HR/PR/Labor realm I was forced out into the significantly less hip discipline of finance and economics. This ultimately led me to a very eerie connection. Apocalyptically eerie. Like I may not even have time to measure the cost of all this complexity before Kronos TimeKeeper, the entire Workforce Management industry, nay, our society itself collapses!

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Is Kronos WFC ready for Global? Is anyone?

Bryan deSilva — Nov 2010

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A Few Good Testers

Amy Doughten — Jun 2009

A key part of managing change is testing and quality assurance. This guest post was written by a dear friend of mine after finishing another arduous sprint on an Agile-run project. Here's to all our QA people out there who ensure we deliver quality Kronos projects! 

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Kronos WFC Change Management - A Start

Bryan deSilva — May 2009

How do you handle change?

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Reviewing Your Kronos Release Documentation

Amy Doughten — May 2009

Our last major testing step pre-upgrade is to review the Kronos release documentation for new features.

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Testing Your Kronos User Manual!

Amy Doughten — May 2009

The second in a series of articles by guest author Chris Flanders.

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Kronos Major Version Upgrade Checklist

Amy Doughten — May 2009

We have another guest author this week! I'd like to introduce you to Chris Flanders. Chris (or as we affectionately call him, "The Pioneer of the Schedule-Centric Model" is an expert within several areas of Kronos, and is one of the best scheduler experts around.  This is the first of a 4-part series by Chris; the next 3 parts will detail areas where testing is critical.

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