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Advice from Kronos: 40 is the new 20!

December 9, 2016

40-20Last weekend I said to a friend, “You’re pushing (a not insignificant number ending in zero that caused me regret the moment it vibrated off my vocal chords that apparently had momentarily detached from my brain). What are you going to do with the rest of your life?” From there the conversation was largely philosophical with each offering advice about how to handle the range of curveballs, knucklers, and change-ups that life tosses our way from its bag of adversity tricks.

Anyway, the (only) good thing about approaching one of these lofty zero milestones is that you are better equipped to solve life’s puzzles because you’ve accumulated knowledge, experience, and perspective over time. The same is true for a business partner. Kronos is pushing 40 (but we still look marvelous and have the energy of a 20 year-old), and has spent nearly all of those 4 decades helping customers solve problems associated with Human Capital Management and Workforce Management. Some of those best problem solvers from the Workforce Central discipline make up our Advisory Services team. Here’s the marketing-speak:

With 40 years of workforce management expertise, we’re here with best practices insight to support your workforce management journey. Count on our expertise to lead you down the best path toward efficiency and help build a strategy that will ensure you’re getting continuous value from your Kronos system.

Sorry to go all marketing on you, but spending time with a consultant from our Advisory Services team will improve your WFM/HCM practices AND make you feel younger!

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