QuickTip - An Overview of the Schedule Editor in Kronos Timekeeper

Dwain Lambrigger — Jul 13

The more you learn, the less you know.  Have you heard that before?  Well, it's pretty true, especially when working with Workforce Timekeeper. 

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QuickTip - Applying Shifts to a Kronos Schedule Using Shift Templates

Dwain Lambrigger — Jul 13

In a recent QuickTip we discussed how shifts were added and deleted from a schedule using in-cell editing and the copy and paste features.  In this QuickTip we will talk about another way to add shifts, shift templates. 

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QuickTip - Reviewing Exceptions in Workforce Timekeeper

Dwain Lambrigger — May 13

Possibly the most important task any manager does in Workforce Timekeeper is review punch exceptions.  Now, as most manager know, the punch reviewed may require an edit, be it a comment and note, a cancelled meal deduction, or a change of punch interpretation.  In some cases, there isn't anything that is needed.  Just being aware of the existance of the exception is enough. 

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Kronos Timekeeper QuickTip - Searching for Employees Using QuickFind

Dwain Lambrigger — Apr 13

Searching for employees using the wrong genie in Workforce Timekeeper can be a frustrating experience.  All the scrolling up and down to find that specific individual.  It's one of those littly things that can drive you nuts, like traffic, that dumb song you can't get out of your head, or when your pen runs out of ink.  You know what I mean, those little irritations.  Kronos has developed the QuickFind genie to help users who experience this challenge. 

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Reconcile Timecard Genie QuickTip- Using Kronos Timekeeper Efficiently

Dwain Lambrigger — Mar 13

The Reconcile Timecard genie has been around since Kronos Timekeeper rolled out the idea of genies with Workforce Central 4.0.  It's purpose is to provide managers with a quick view of the time and attendance of their employees.  It does that, and does that well.  Still, there are users out there that don't take advantage of this great feature.  Why not?

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Kronos Timekeeper Recording Labor Account Transfers at Start of Shift

Dwain Lambrigger — Feb 13

The labor account transfer has been recorded in Workforce Central as long as it’s been called Workforce Central!  Having taught a few courses on different Kronos applications, I can tell you that is the truth.  I also remember when teaching Workforce Timekeeper classes that the labor account transfer was generally taught from the middle or end of a shift; and unless asked, most classses didn't cover show how to record that same transfer if it occured at the start of the shift. 

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Twitter - Do You Tweet?

Amy Doughten — Jan 09

This is reprinted from our newsletter so you can respond more easily - Do you Tweet?

Visions of Tweetybird seeing a puddy tat aside, do you Tweet?
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