Designate who can view Compensation statements within the application
- You have the option to determine who has viewing permissions to Compensation Statements directly through Admin Tools.
Go to: Admin Center > Compensation Home > Personal Compensation Statement Permissions and make your changes directly on the page.
You may designate the ability to read Compensation Statements by role: Employee, Employee's Manager (EM- by # of levels up), Employee's HR Rep (EH), Employee's Matrix Manager (EX), Employee's Custom manager (EC) and Employee's Second Manager (EA).
You may change the permissions at any time.
Note: if you do not have these checkboxes available, this is an option you can ask Support or your Consultant to change as applicable.
Restricting or Extending Permission to Ad Hoc Roles Using Custom or Matrix Manager Role
- Using the Role Permissions described above you can restrict visibility to the Custom or Matrix Manager Roles. If those roles are not being used for other purposes you can update your user data file and assign customized assignments to those manager roles, and then restrict statement visibility to just that role. You can disable the traditional manager roles to produce a flexible ad hoc assignment.
- Using the same approach as described above you can extend statement visibility to anyone in the company by setting them as the Custom or Matrix Manager and then enabling this role as described above.
Enable (or disable) viewing of statements through Employee Profile
- You must make the Comp Statement visible in Employee Files if you want the statements visible there. Select Configure Employee Files under Employee Files.
- Check the box to show the Comp Statement.
- The link for the Comp Statement will appear in the Employee Files tab. (Note, the label is not editable at this time.)
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