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 Resolutions to Maximize Your Kronos Platform in 2019

Toni Birdsong — Dec 2018

It’s a remarkable statistic that most companies use less than 50% of their Kronos software functionality, which, if you think about it, is a lot like owning a Ferrari and never breaking 55 mph, right?

With that statistic mind, we’re proposing — okay, strongly suggesting — three game-changing resolutions for Kronos users in 2019.

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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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Top Notes & Quotes from KronosWorks 2018

Toni Birdsong — Nov 2018

This year more than 2,500 Kronos® technology experts, customers, and partners gathered at the Aria Las Vegas to access the inside track on how technology and humanity are merging to transform both the workforce (WFM) and human capital management (HCM) arenas.

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Upgrading to Kronos Version 8.0? The Top 3 User Adoption Challenges you Need to Know

Jenna DeVries — Apr 2018

Change management is consistently a major challenge for any organization upgrading or implementing WFM software. After all, people naturally resist change. When making the move to Kronos Version 8.0, it is more crucial than ever to move user-adoption to a top priority of the project.

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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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