The big problem businesses face is knowing when cleaning employee documents expire, and what to do about the expiration.
If your business takes on new employees without up-to-date paperwork (ID, DL, etc.) there could be real consequences, such as fines; not to mention the disruption in productivity!
Pipehire allows you to seamlessly integrate with your existing workflow.
To start tracking expiration you simply click one button – our system then automatically creates notifications for future expirations, so you can easily renew before any problems arise.
Here’s how we do it:
When an applicant becomes an employee, it is crucial to set the expiration date of their documents.
First, go to the employee’s module, select the employee name.
Within the employee’s profile, select the “documents” tab.
There you will find a list of vital documents corresponding to each employee.
Use the checkbox button of the desired document to activate the date field.
Insert the expiration date of each of the selected documents.
Then click the “Save all changes” button.
By doing this, the system automatically takes care of creating all the necessary reminders for each employee.
The system will display those employees with expired documents along with documents that will expire in the next two months.
Notifications will be displayed in:
1. Dashboard Quick View
2. Dashboard Notifications
3. System Notifications
Pipehire provides a tool to update the expiration dates of each document.
It is important to take action on these expired documents, if you miss out on a few, it can cost you thousands.
With Pipehire you can update expired document dates by clicking on the “set new date” button. This will open a pop-up window where you can take two different actions.
First, you can update the expiration date by entering the data in the corresponding field.
If you do not have the new expiration dates, you can send an SMS to your employees so that they can update you with new information.
When the dates are updated the system will stop displaying expired documents.
We hope this article has been helpful!
Just reach out if you have any questions. We’re always happy to assist! 😊