Workforce Management announces the implementation of two new administrative systems:  Human Capital Management (HCM) powered by Oracle and Kronos, an electronic timekeeping system.  These two implementations are part of a wider technological upgrade undertaken by Tulane University in 2012, beginning with the upgrade of the TAMS system.  These changes are being made to support the University’s goals of improving its technology infrastructure and adopting best business practices.

This system will replace three WFMO systems currently in use:  TUJobs, Benefit Focus and PeopleFlow.  By providing an end-to-end electronic solution to manage the employee life cycle, HCM will increase productivity, lessen processing time for new hires, reduce administrative costs and provide an array of management reports to assist departments in containing costs.  HCM will go live July 2, 2013.

The introduction of Kronos, an electronic timekeeping system, going live on June 28, 2013, signals an important shift from paper to electronic systems for all staff and student employees at Tulane University.  A number of Tulane departments have been using electronic timekeeping for years, including Facilities, TUPD and the TNPRC Vet Med department. 

Workforce Management will be providing information on these new systems through hosting system previews, town halls and training sessions to support our employees throughout the transition.
These will be announced in advance and will be posted in the coming weeks on our website at .  Please take advantage of these opportunities to inform yourself as we approach the go-live date of July 2, 2013.

If you cannot find answers to your questions on our website, you can contact WFMO at (504) 865-5280 or at



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