Workday manages a variety of employee information, such as benefit elections, pay slips, tax information, and internal job postings. The Workday Time Tracking (WDTT) time and attendance system is part of Workday and is used by exempt employees to track time-off requests.
Aug 01, 2017 · Kronos Users: Are you ready for Cornell Two-Step Login? After August 3, you’ll need to use Cornell Two-Step Login to get to Kronos. If you've already been using Two-Step Login, you're all set. (What’s Cornell Two-Step Login?) If you've never used Two-Step Login, you should test to make sure it's working for you before you need to use Kronos.
To access the Kronos website, go to: https://www.kronos.cornell.edu. Official About Kronos webpage: http://www.dfa.cornell.edu/payrollservices/services/kronos/ KRONOS ...
The university will roll out a new time-and-attendance system in January 2018 to replace Kronos – the system currently used by approximately 12,000 non-exempt, bi-weekly staff and student employees to manage time worked and time off.
Caution: Always check your browser's address bar before you enter your NetID password to make sure the address starts with https://web*.login.cornell.edu/ (where web* is either web1, web2, web3 or web4). CUWebLogin is a component of Cornell University's central authentication service.
SEARCH CORNELL: Pages People more options. Kronos has been decommissioned for use as a time tracking system, as of 12am Thursday, January 4, 2018. All time worked and leave requests must now be entered through Workday.
Two-Step Login for Workday Protect yourself and your money with dual authentication by DUO. ... triggering its immediate use for all of Workday and most Cornell services that require login. If you choose to remain with the basic level of security, then beginning on April 20, you will only be prompted for Two-Step Login when the Workday task ...