UKG Workforce Central 4+

Kronos Incorporated

    • Free

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Description

Built to help simplify your work needs, the Workforce Central mobile app (formerly known as Kronos Mobile) provides employees and managers quick, secure access to Workforce Central.

Employees can punch in/out for work, check their schedules, time off, benefits, and pay. Managers can take care of exceptions as they come up, ensure staffing and schedules are good to go, take action on time off requests, and other and other key needs.

The Workforce Central mobile app also works offline, so don’t worry if you’re not able to connect to data. Your punches will be stored and the next time you’re connected, the punches will be sent off to Workforce Central.

If you’re new to the Workforce Central mobile app, come visit our Mobile Resources site to quickly get started: https://community.kronos.com/s/wfc-mobile

Note: Your organization must have UKG Workforce Central configured and mobile enabled. Please reach out to your Workforce Central administrator if you’re having trouble with access.

What’s New

Version 6.8.9

Bug Fixes

Ratings and Reviews

1.5 out of 5
4.1K Ratings

4.1K Ratings

pilgrim.go ,

Spooling, spooling , spooling, error.

An app designed as a time clock must be quick and dependable. A time clock app should not spool and spool for minutes (messing up the clock in time), then give an error message. The message is sometimes (not always) a “server error.” I suspect the WiFi trying to override cellular data (or vice-versa) may have something to do with it on occasions. The slowness may be because of the mapping feature. The location recorder / mapping feature must be active (turned on) to clock in. If turned off, it will not work. However, even if turned on, if there is a glitch with the mapping, the employee can not clock in. I have had to go back into the settings to verify the mapping is on, like flipping a breaker switch.

My experience: In the last week, I have attempted more times than I was successful in clocking in with this app. I am contacting our personnel department to report the issue.

Bottom line: When it works it takes too long, when it doesn’t work, it doesn’t work.

stellabrand ,

Very poor interface

This app is hard to use, which is unfortunate because my employer has decided it will be the ONLY way to clock in starting in January. My biggest complaint is that I can’t have it save my password and there is no Face ID option. Even worse, when I try to use the iOS “keychain” function to log in quicker, it won’t automatically pull up the associated password that way either. So I literally have to type in my long password required by my employer, or do a manual search in the list of saved passwords. So annoying!! Also, the screen to add a time stamp is not intuitive. It has all these things about transfer at the top, and the “punch” button is hidden down at the very bottom. For someone like me who only needs to clock in and out each day, with no complicated transfers or deduction cancels, it would be a lot more obvious if the PUNCH button was placed prominently and obviously. Please, please update this app to make it more user friendly.

2CentsW ,

Worse than Abacus

I have used it twice and already am looking for needles to stick in my eyes. 1) There’s no quick way to punch in - forced to enter password each punch, NO fingerprint NO face ID login. 2) NO daily hours worked total (yes YOU have to calculate how many hours you worked each day) 3) Only PAY PERIOD (2-week) cumulative hours, NO shift, NO day, NO week subtotals 4) The Geo Fence was showing me in the parking lot not in the building where I was and took me 5 minutes to punch in - had to shut down app & turn off location services then relaunch both just to punch in - lost work time, lost wages. 5) The most important task PUNCHING is a teeny tiny word in small font IN THE BOTTOM RIGHT CORNER IN THE FOOTER 6) SLOW SLOW SLOW. I suspect this app’s requirements writers & testers were getting a lot of laundry & yard work done and the developers are cheap offshore labor who never used smartphones nor a timecard app before for their $100/week paycheck. The system McDonalds used 35 years ago is better than this.

App Privacy

The developer, Kronos Incorporated, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Identifiers

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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