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Navigating impermanence

February 17, 2016

changeI’m curious about what’s going on in the music world, so Monday night I tuned to the Grammys to see what’s new. The show opened with Taylor Swift absolutely owning the stage at the Staples Center in LA. After that I was fairly underwhelmed, although new artists Tori Kelly & James Bay impressed, and Stevie Wonder is still the man. Then Kendrick Lamar doused the stage with gasoline and lit it up. I’m a baby-boomer, so rap and hip-hop are not in my musical wheelhouse, but OMG. That guy is amazing!

Anyway, as David Bowie once sang about “the stream of warm impermanence,” change is life, and as we continually evolve our products and services to deliver ever better customer experiences, that means things change. A good example is Workforce Central 8. As we’ve worked to improve the user experience, that experience has changed, so for long-time users of older, “classic” screens, our new “Navigator” is a change. A good change.

If you’re interested in learning more about Navigator, we have a webinar for you. Navigator makes it easy to navigate your everyday tasks, and even has capabilities you might not know you need until you see them in action.

Join Lynne Levy, Kronos Senior Product Manager, for a Workforce Central Navigator walk-through tomorrow, February 18 at 2:00 p.m. ET. Register now to hold your spot. She’ll show you the ins-and-outs of the new interface, and demonstrate Navigator’s easy and intuitive features.

Lynne will also cover:

  • What timecards look like in Navigator
  • How to review a schedule to see who’s working
  • KnowledgePass training opportunities to build your confidence with Navigator
  • Ready to up your Workforce Central Navigator game? Great! We’ll see you at Navigating Navigator

If you can’t attend the webinar tomorrow, no problem. Register anyway and we’ll send you the on demand recording so you don’t miss out.

And don’t miss out seeing some of those Grammy performances!

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