The implementation of Kronos Self-Service (KSS) for all Nursing and Midwifery and Allied Health employees will bring with it many changes. Please read the following important information in order to understand how these may affect you.
We are implementing the Kronos Self-Service technology for all Nursing and Midwifery and Allied Health employees from late October 2019. We have already has successfully implemented Kronos Self-Service (KSS) technology for employees in Support Services (Environmental Services, PSA’s, Porters and Food Services), Management and Administrative Workers (Executive, Financial Services, People and Culture, Monash Doctors Workforce, Monash Health Bureau and Procurement), Residential Services and Monash Libraries.
The KSS implementations will be scheduled so they do not clash with any of the EMR Go-Lives.
What will change?
All Nursing and Midwifery employees will be required to use a KSS device to ‘Touch On’ when they start their work day and ‘Touch Off’ at the end of their work day using an easy to access device which will be located near site entrances and/or near specific work areas. This will require the collection of employee biometric data.
The main features of the KSS device will include;
- Touch On and Off
- View leave balances
- Request time off
- Check and approve their timecard
- View their schedule
How will this affect me?
Key changes are outlined for you in the Change Impact Statement. Please read the statement and familiarise yourself with changes that may affect you. These documents are available on the KSS intranet page.
What if I have questions or concerns?
Please provide any feedback by using the following survey.
We will continue to provide further updates to you in the coming months.
You can continue to provide feedback throughout the implementation.