How to get a job at

Kronos

Kronos provides multinational workforce management and cloud based human capital management.

What

Kronos

Looks For

Kronos prides itself on a helping and caring culture. They want people who are comfortable taking on real work from the start, and unlike many internships Kronos interns engage with real work from the start. Don’t be afraid to reach out if you need anything, Kronos wants people who can grow and adapt with their position.

History of

Kronos

Kronos was founded in 1977 by MIT graduate Mark S. Ain and under his direction Kronos had one of the largest periods of growth and profits in the software industry. Ranked #28 in America’s Best Midsize Employers by Fortune in 2018 as well as being named a best technology workplace by Best Places to Work. They manage to provide such great services by prioritizing their own corporate culture. One of the best strides they’ve made is the Manager Effectiveness Index, where managers get feedback from their employees every six months

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Engineering
IT/IS
Finance
Marketing
Sales / Account Management
Consulting / Professional Services
Accounting
Customer Support / Success
Human Resources / People / Talent
Legal / Public Policy
Manufacturing
Corporate Strategy & Partnerships
industries
Tech
office locations
Greater Boston
Greater Indianapolis
Greater Tampa
Greater Los Angeles
Greater New York
2019 Revenue:
$1.433B

Kronos

Internship Programs

Kronos Summer Intern Program

Summer internships can be as rotational as the intern and their bosses decide, it’s not uncommon for someone to try something outside their major like IT if they find an interest during the internship. Kronos interns engage with real work from the start so they can develop their skill set from the get go and build out their resume. Interns at Kronos actually get paid to do interesting, challenging, and meaningful work that contributes to the organization. That’s right! They believe in paying our interns for their contributions to our organization.  They also believe work should only be half your job here. Whether a social event at a sporting event, volunteering with your fellow interns, or networking with Kronos executives and leaders the opportunities to collaborate and learn from others will be everywhere. Offering you the chance to fully experience their Work-Inspired culture. Also, In the spirit of collaboration and engagement for the workforce of tomorrow Kronos is the proud sponsor of the Battle of the Summer Interns. This summer rite of passage brings local businesses to extend your network beyond our doors and drive a sense of competition and camaraderie.


Internship Info

Number of interns (2019):
Preferred education level:
Pursuing a Bachelor's degree
Perks:
  • Meaningful work
  • Social events
  • Volunteer events
  • Networking events
  • Battle of the Summer Interns

Kronos

Interview Process

Kronos uses a three step interview process: 

1. Initial Phone Screening

After you apply, you will have a phone call with a recruiter and a hiring manager.

2. Panel-Style Interview

The next step is a meeting with one manager and a three additional team members. This step is where you’ll encounter any technical questions related to your role, such as C++ and Javascript data structures.

3. Second Interview

You will then have a second interview with people you would be working with day to day if you make it to the final step.

How to Prepare

Use your network

Reach out to your alumni network and see if they can offer you insight into Kronos and the interview process

Do your research

Do research on Kronos, such as their culture, current projects, company goals, etc.

Practice makes perfect

The positions are very competitive to get, so doing your research and preparing for behavioral-type questions is imperative.

Common Interview Questions at

Kronos

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