Following customer feedback, we've published some updates to the WhosOffice platform which your business (and/or users) may find useful.
As the world of online security alters daily with recommendations from security experts, we understand WhosOffice needs to allow for internal business requirement change. Therefore, we have increased the level of security users can employ on their own accounts.
Companies can already employ a number of our Single Sign-On partners (Okta / Azure / G-Suite / OneLogin / Auth0) for centralised accessed management to WhosOffice.
For companies who don't use one of the above providers, their users now have the option to enable Multi-Factor Authentication for an additional level of security when accessing their account.
To setup MFA on your account, simply follow these steps:
Available online only at this stage; availability on mobile applications to follow shortly.
When downloading a staff members data for your records before disabling or removing their account you will now see the following information included on the XLSX download:
* Included if HR is part of your subscription, and you have permission to access this data.
Please note: If you upload documents to a staff members profile, or to any HR case associated with the staff member, these files will need to be downloaded manually, they are NOT included in the download file.
If your company uses the Task Planner module on WhosOffice you now have an additional report to run to allow you to list all tasks assigned to a selected staff member, from a selected week of the year, for up to 8 weeks.
If you plan your tasks a number of weeks in advance this report is a helpful way of keeping staff members informed of their forward planned duties.
Running the report details the following columns, as shown in the image below.
Should you wish to have a walkthrough of either the HR or Task Planner modules on WhosOffice, feel free to drop our support team a line and they will schedule a FREE demonstration with you.