Cornerstone Partners With Kronos To Offer Learning In The Flow Of Work

The Partnership Will Offer superior Employee Learning Experiences To Over 100 Shared Clients

A major player in the arena of talent management, cloud-based learning, and evolving talent experience market, Cornerstone OnDemand, Inc. announced a strategic, elevated affiliation with Kronos, a global provider of HCM (Human Capital Management) and Workforce Management cloud services. Cornerstone Learning is a well-known modern learning solution that supports both employee-driven and business-driven developments. It combines its Learning Experience Platform (LXP) and Learning Management System (LMS) with modern learning content in order to offer a tailor-made, engaging, Netflix-style experience. The partnership is expected to benefit 100s of joint customer firms in terms of providing superior employee learning experiences.

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Better Efficiency and Lesser Risks for Talent Administrators

The two organizations have already been partners ever since 2015. The integration between the two platforms provides managers with the required tools to allocate and track training by placing vital Cornerstone Learning elements directly within Workforce Dimensions. This increases efficiency and reduces risks for talent administrators. Furthermore, employees won’t even need to leave the Workforce Dimensions environment and are able to contribute to personal career advancements.

Dave Mortell, vice president of Alliances, Cornerstone, said that the partnership with Kronos will help the shared clients and employees to easily track, manage, and optimize learning, thanks to the Cornerstone learning – Workforce Dimensions integration. He added that global companies will benefit from it and will leverage the partnership to provide better career development opportunities to their employees.

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“Workforce Dimensions is built on a completely open, extensible, cloud-native platform, which makes it simple and easy to embed market-leading solutions like Cornerstone Learning directly in our manager and employee dashboards,” said Mike May, senior director, Workforce Dimensions Technology Network, Kronos. Mike opined that empowering every employee to prioritize career development and learning in the flow of work will help craft a well-informed and engaged workforce for the future.

Cornerstone came into being with a vision to empower people through constant learning and development. It helps companies realize the true potential of their workforce across the entire employee lifecycle. No wonder, over 3600 clients from across 187 countries use its HCM platform. Oracle NetSuite, Saba, SAP Litmos, Skillsoft, and TalentSoft are some of the strongest competitors of Cornerstone.

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