When an employee's role in the company changes, often their permissions do as well. This article will show you how to change the permissions that are granted an employee in the Awardco system.
NOTE: For the purposes of this article, the terms "role" and "permissions" are interchangeable. What the account is allowed to do (its permissions) directly correspond with the role assigned the employee. For example, an Admin has permission to change the information on another employee's account while someone listed as Employee will only be able to edit their own account.
Sign in to Awardco > Select Admin > Users > Select the name of the User you want to edit > Select the menu next to Role > Make your changes > Select Submit
Step by Step Instructions
First, Log In as an Admin. Click on the Users tab.
Once you click Users you will be able to see the employees in your organization. Scroll down the list until you find the User whose permissions you are trying to edit.
When you click the Name of the employee you are trying to edit, their profile overview will drop down, ready to edit. In their information there is a field called Role where you will see their current permissions.
Under Role, click their current role to open the drop down menu. The menu will drop down showing the possible role options. When the menu drops down, a check will be next to their current role. To make your desired changes, simply select the appropriate role.
Once your changes have been made, remember to press Save. If Save is not pressed, the changes will not be saved into the system.
If you need to make other changes to an employee's account, please see the guide provided in the article titled, How to Change Employee Email, Password, and Username.
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