When employees register with your workplace without an invite, they must be approved by a manager to join the workplace.
- You must have account holder or manager level access to approve a request to join.
- If an employee that already belongs to your workplace registers with a different email address (instead of logging in), you can merge the pending employee with the existing employee.
- Employees can only be merged if one of the employees is pending; two registered employees cannot be merged.
- Merging a pending employee with a registered employee only replaces the original email address and password with the new email address and password.
Approve a pending employee
- From the When I Work Staff Scheduling app, tap More More icon in the bottom right corner of the screen.
- In your toolbox list, tap Employees.
Pending employees are highlighted in green on the Employees page.
- Tap [pending employee name] to Approve, Merge, or Archive the request.
- Approve Employee: Confirms the employee’s request to join and creates a profile on the account for the employee.
- Merge With Employee: Merges the pending employee’s profile with the employee profile of your choosing.
- Archive Employee: Removes the employee’s request to join and the requestor cannot access the account.
Frequently asked questions
I approved a pending employee without merging. Can I go back and merge them?
No. You’d need to archive the employee you approved and have the employee login with the correct email address and password. You can look at their employee details and tell them which email address to use.
My employee sees an “almost ready” message upon logging in, but they’ve already registered. What’s going on?
The employee may have registered with a different workplace using a different email address. You can look at their employee details and tell them which email address to use.
I merged a pending employee with my profile, and now I can’t log in. What do I do?
If you merge a pending employee with your own profile, contact our Customer Care team.