Workforce Management Tools: WFC Version 8.0 Industry Capabilities

Jenna Ryckman — Sep 2016

Workforce Central 8 is the most rapidly adopted product released by Kronos Inc. in the entire history of the company. As a single complete workforce management solution, WFC Version 8.0 is designed to be the ultimate tool to help organizations manage their workforce in order to meet corporate goals, no matter the industry. The release of Workforce Central Version 8.0.11 brought multiple changes to the application’s industry capabilities, including forecasting, fatigue management, grant/project tracking, etc. These new WFC version 8.0.11 industry capabilities are changing the way organizations engage with their workforce. Here are some of the best updates to industry capabilities released with v8:

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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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Workforce Central Version 8: Getting your Head in The Cloud

Amy Doughten — Jun 2015

WFC is moving to the Cloud. In fact, 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. It seems like everywhere you look technical blogs and IT consultants are encouraging small and mid-size businesses to consider moving to the Cloud. However, a migration to the Cloud can be costly, time consuming, and disappointing if not executed properly. With the release of Kronos Version 8.0, many organizations are considering, not just an on-premise upgrade, but upgrading into the Kronos Cloud. How can you determine if it will be beneficial to your organization to move to the cloud?

Here are some key questions to consider before deciding if moving to the Kronos Cloud is a wise investment for your company.

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