The Week That Was – 10/19/12

This was a big week at Kronos.  We celebrated our 35th year in operation at our headquarters in Chelmsford.  You can read our press release about the festivities or check out what the  local paper, the Lowell Sun, had to say. The Presidential debate was in the news this week.  Mitt Romney generated a new … Continue reading The Week That Was – 10/19/12

Meeting the Global Workforce

We're having a big week here at Kronos.  It's our 35th anniversary as a company this week, and over 160 of our international sales and marketing employees are here to kick off our new fiscal year.  My colleagues Michele and Chris and their teams did a fantastic job yesterday creating opportunities for the 1000+ employees … Continue reading Meeting the Global Workforce

The Week That Was – 10/12/12

Of the interesting articles we've come across this week, this one really made me stop and think.  In his blog post from Harvard Business Review titled  Do Your Employees Make You a Better Manager?,  Michael Schrage asks Which employee had the biggest positive impact on who you are today? Schrage is making the point that … Continue reading The Week That Was – 10/12/12

Talking Cloud, Conferences and Hairdo's Gone Wrong with William Tincup

I had a good chat with William Tincup today on DriveThru HR Radio today.  We talked about what's new at Kronos (lots of Cloud).  With HR Tech and KronosWorks on the horizon, it's a  busy time of year for us.  Given how much time I've spent at industry conferences, I shared some insider information about … Continue reading Talking Cloud, Conferences and Hairdo's Gone Wrong with William Tincup

The Forecast is Cloudy – and That's Good

Kronos customers like Coca-Cola bottling company are putting their trust in us to manage their Kronos environment for them in the cloud.  As has always been the case with technology solutions, organizations need to be clear on their own objectives and priorities before moving to cloud solutions, but increasingly that's what they're deciding to do.  … Continue reading The Forecast is Cloudy – and That's Good