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September 19, 2017

After months of anticipation, I finally walked through the doors of our new home at the Cross Point Towers, not to attend a meeting, but for real! I settled in yesterday with the rest of the final wave of Kronos employees making the move from our Chelmsford headquarters to Lowell – and it feels great to be here.

Our new office is colorfully decorated, equipped with top of the line technology, and is a bright and inspiring place to be. One of my favorite things about the space is the natural light. Special care was given to create floor plans that would allow everyone to share in the sun’s rays. This means that all offices are in the center of the space rather than lining the outside edges. This might seem like a minor detail, but it speaks volumes to how Kronos executives feel about the care and comfort of their employees.

Putting customers first is the guiding philosophyDiverse team building - men and women behind everything that we do at Kronos. And what’s really neat is that I got to experience this personally throughout the span of our entire company move. All the teams involved did an amazing job providing a customer first experience for us – their internal peers – as we completed the shift to Lowell. The communication was great, we had all the packing materials we needed, we had IT help setting up our stations, and we even had gifts waiting in our cubes when we arrived…everyone loves a surprise present.

Our powerful culture of caring and remarkable employee engagement has earned us many workplace honors. Kronos has been recognized as a great place to work here in the US, and it continues to earn this title internationally as well, recently receiving a top 20 Best Place to Work raking from Great Place to Work Australia.

Maybe you’re interested in the Kronos employee experience? We currently have over 160 job openings around the globe!CrossPoint

3 Comments leave one →
  1. George Whitehouse permalink
    September 20, 2017 7:02 am

    I’m Lowell for meetings with Kronos and as my director said, looks like a 70s prison outside but it is nice inside, but I’ve only been on the 2nd floor.

    • Lauren Nawfel permalink*
      September 20, 2017 2:23 pm

      Hi, George – Looks can certainly be deceiving. I hope you enjoyed your visit to the new facility!

  2. September 25, 2017 11:20 am

    Reblogged this on Silver Side Down and commented:
    A great move for Kronos. Loving the new office space, that’s for sure.

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