How to manage Employee Relationships?
Modified on: Tue, 17 Jan, 2017 at 11:41 AM
Defining Employee Relationship helps to relate an employee within the context of the organizational hierarchy reporting structure. This provides information to employees about who they directly report to based on the organizational hierarchy. At the same time, it also enables the Manager to search for their direct-line reports below. This feature enables to visualize hierarchy structures.
HR Admin will be able to define various Relationship within the organization's hierarchy. To define various Relationships....
from Home screen GoTo -> HR Administration -> Profile Module setup -> Manage Relationships
This opens a new page. From this page, adding New Relationships is possible, it also lists all the existing Relationships previously included in the system. It is also possible to update the details by Edit or Delete.
To Include a new Relationship click on . This creates a new row for including a relationship.
Provide a Relationship Name, Select from the drop-down menu available in the Relationship Type and you will also be able to provide a brief description for the relationship.
Complete the details and click on to Save the details. This would Save the details and will get included in the relationship hierarchy directory.
To discard, the details click on
To Edit a relationship click on the row which is required to be modified. Synergita is built with inline editor. It is easy to Update Relationship details.
make the changes and click on to Save the details.
To Delete, a Relationship, Click on Delete icon This triggers a confirmation pop-up message to ensure if the click on the De-Activation button was accidental.
Click on OK or Cancel to complete the activity and proceed ahead.
PS: Synergita implementation for your Organization may vary from how the features are described here. The screen shots given here may also be different from what you see in your system. Please talk to the concerned person in the Organization for any specific queries.
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