There are different ways of controlling what a user can access within enableHR, click on the links below for more information about each type of access control.
- Access control via access roles
enableHR users have access roles assigned to them which dictate what aspects of the system they can access. There are five standard roles in enableHR; Employee Management, Contractor Management, Volunteer Management, WHS and Account Admin.
Additional roles can be used alongside the standard roles to grant access to certain types of functionality within enableHR. The standard roles can be replaced with alternative roles to limit access to functionality within enableHR.
- Access control via branches
users need to be granted access to which branches they have permission to view. For example, line managers in different departments may be responsible for maintaining their employees files but should not be able to view the files of employees in other departments.
- Access control via the Organisational Chart
this functionality allows you to restrict the access of the user to only the employee records of persons who report to this user. In other words, managers would only see information about employees that report to them.
- Access restriction via a linked record
this functionality allows you to restrict the access of the user from viewing their own employee file.
- Access restriction via blacklist functionality
this functionality allows you to tag specific employee records that an enableHR user shouldn't be able to see.
- Access control to certain document types
controlling the document types that a user can view is another way of controlling user access (this functionality is available through the roles a user has).