The Claremont Colleges (TCC) are currently in the process of implementing Workday Time Tracking and Absence (WDTT & AM) to replace Kronos timekeeping. The WDTT & AM project is a collaborative effort among all institutions owned by The Human Resources Committee (HRC), a group comprised of HR leadership from each institution. The implementation is being led by the Enterprise Business Systems Services (EBSS) team in TCCS with Workday in an advisory role, and in partnership with human resources at each institution.
All employees across TCC will be positively impacted by the implementation of WDTT & AM. Therefore, all institutions play a key role in the project’s execution and ultimate rollout. The following outlines the project’s TCC timeline, Pitzer-spricifc timeline as well as identifies the groups involved at an intercollegiate executive level as well as a Pitzer College level.
TCC & Pitzer Project Timelines
Who is Involved in the WDTT Project?
TCC HR Committee
TCC HR Leaders provide leadership and support to project SMEs and oversee implementation of change management and training efforts.
Deanna Caballero, Associate Vice President of Human Resources, holds project ownership for Pitzer College.
TCC Executive Leadership
Executive Leaders across The Claremont Colleges support the project goals, objectives, and involved implemenation teams.
Laura Troendle, Chief Operating Officer & Treasurer, is Pitzer’s Executive Project Leader alongside leaders from across TCC.
Institutional SMEs define & sign off on college-specific requirements. They validate data & specifications against configuration.
Marie Pinedo, Hortensia Lopez and Cristal Hernandez, from Pitzer’s Human Resources Team, are Pitzer’s SMEs.
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