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Kronos Global Services: Thinking Globally, Acting Locally

October 5, 2017

Last week on Working Smarter Cafe, we featured the HR Tech Outlook article Four Keys to Building a Global Workforce Management Strategy. Kronos VP of Global Professional Services Kristina Lengyel shares her insight and expertise on “going global” and expanding teams across borders.

“The benefits of globalization are many, yet in the rush to achieve all that such a strategy has to offer, many organizations tend to overlook the role of workforce management.”Kristina Lengyel, HR Tech Outlook

So, how does an expanding organization allocate the proper amount of time and consideration toward a global workforce management strategy? Think globally and act locally. And the good news is Kronos can help you lay the groundwork for success.

Whether it’s your first time deploying or you’re expanding into new geographies, the Kronos Global Services team is here to help you develop a strategy that aligns with your goals and desired outcomes. Our strategic advisors, program managers, solution architects, and business analysis leverage years of experience working with leading organizations around the world to help you navigate through the complexities of a global solution deployment – the possibility of under-estimating localization or interpreting rules and regulations from country to country, for example.

Robert Martinek“We’re not just any old firm that works with [customers], we’re really partners, and we master all challenges together. That’s our promise to customers.” – Robert Martinek, Global Programme Manager

Watch new Kronos Global Services video to learn more about the team!

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