How do I access an employee file?

How do I access an employee file?

1. In the search bar directly under the top menu, start typing your search query. You can search by first name, last name, common name, or employee number.

2. A pop up will appear with all employees that match your searched value. Click on the employee you were searching for, and you will be brought to their employee maintenance file.


Accessing an employee file from the employees tab

1. Select Employees in the top menu, and then click Edit next to the employee profile you want to open.

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