Groups allow you to sort your employees into a common department or functional activity. A Manager, Admin or Owner is assigned to the group as its manager. He or she has the responsibility to review the employees of their group.
Who oversees the Group?
When a Manager is assigned to a Group, the Manager will have the authority to review employees, file corrective notices, and edit employees within the Group. A Group can only be assigned one manager, but a manager can oversee more than one group.
Company Admins or the Account Owner can also be assigned to Groups as manager in the same way as Manager users. They will have the responsibility to review employees, file corrective notices, and edit employees within their Group.
- There is no limit to the number of Groups and no additional charge for Groups.
- A Group can only have one Manager, but a Manager can oversee many Groups.
How are groups arranged from the start?
The Account Owner starts off with one default group (“Staff”). The Owner is also the default manager of that group, but another person can reassigned to manage the group. When a new employee is added to the system, JuvodHR automatically assigned assigns them to this default group.