Creating a Partnership for Success with Workforce Dimensions

Workforce Dimensions® delivers the experience you expect.

When you make an investment in Workforce Dimensions™, you gain access to a world-class product and a strategic partner who will help ensure your success.

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Kronos has been in the business of helping organizations make the most of their people for a long time and has expertise and insight to share. We give you a roadmap to success with all the tools and help you need to get up and running as quickly and efficiently as possible, with minimal disruption to your organization.

Some of the tools and resources we provide include:

  • A three-phase onboarding process
    This process sets the stage for a successful Workforce Dimensions journey, beginning the moment you become a Kronos customer and ending when your solution is successfully up and running.
  • Continual training
    Training is critical for your core team and end users to achieve successful adoption and, after deployment, to expand your skills and knowledge while keeping current on new releases.
  • The Kronos Community
    Through the Kronos Community, you can connect with thousands of Kronos customers, partners, and experts to get online help or share ideas. The Community puts lots of resources at your fingertips, including the Workforce Dimensions Learn page, the Workforce Dimensions Community Group, product resource page, release preparation, HR and Payroll Answerforce™, and more.
  • Live events
  • Thought leadership blogs
  • Workforce Matters newsletter

Download this brochure to learn more about how your organization can connect to the powerful tools and resources we provide to keep you informed, on track and empowered with everything you need to succeed.

“We’re excited by the modern, intuitive, and mobile-first SaaS-experience, which we believe will empower managers and employees in our fulfillment center and 450 stores to make better, faster business decisions – ultimately providing a better experience to our customers.”
– Connie Fumich, Things Remembered