Discover how the dynamic workplace platform and power of UKG Dimensions™ can transform how your people perform at work and thrive while achieving amazing business results. Time & Attendance Track employee time, attendance, and activity while gathering data to enforce work and pay rules and manage exceptions for ongoing compliance and cost control.
UKG/Kronos Login Kronos WFD (All Campuses) Go Description Related Tasks Announcements Mobile Friendly For Faculty, Student, Staff The USNH Single Sign-On link to log into UKG Dimensions (formerly Kronos) for all USNH/UNH Latest release - 1.0.0 No Release Notes. Contacts Human Resources HR Website Phone - (603) 862-0501
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With Basic Authentication, users can only access the core UKG Dimensions workforce management (WFM) components. Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) — With MFA, users are authenticated and logged in with more than a single factor, where the single factor is typically a password. Additional “factors” used when logging in might be a one-time code delivered to your phone by text or email, or a piece of hardware that only you possess (like a key).