There are five types of users in our system - employees, site-supervisor, department-supervisor, manager and superadmin.

Employee is the default setting and means that the person can access the staff portal to view their personal schedule and timesheets, manage shifts, apply for open positions and keep their eye on assets and documents - employees do not have access to the admin portal or the right to change others' settings.

Site-Supervisors can schedule, monitor time-clock, approve worksheets, manage and amend certain staff information that are assigned to his/hers supervised site/s. Supervisors do not have the access to the information about any other site or staff, as well no financial information is provided to them by default.

Department-supervisors are similar to the site-supervisors, the only difference is that they are given the access to manage the staff that are assigned to certain departments. Financial information is not provided to the department supervisors by default as well.

Managers can log into the administration portal and manage most overall company work - view and organize information about clients, sites and staff, use the scheduling options, view and approve worksheets, events and manage documents and stock. Managers can be given the access to certain financial information, but cannot run revenue reports and position coverage as well cannot change company's details or any main account settings.

Superadmins have all the same rights as an manager, but they can also change the user roles, main account settings and have access to all financial information, which is something managers don't have the right to do.

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