How To Give a Permission Group Access To Terminate an Employee

As your business grows, you might want to split up tasks in Flare and provide other administrators with the access to change the status of employees or more specifically, terminate employees that are finishing their employment with you. 


Specific permission settings are required to allow others to terminate employees. 


Please make sure you understand the general set up of Permissions, before making changes - 

Note: It is important to take care when working with permission group set up, as this can have a significant impact on the use and access of your system. Please contact Support should you be unsure.  


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  1. Go to Settings > Security 
  2. Select the permission group which contains the members you would like to give this access to (e.g. Managers) - alternatively you can add a new permission group
  3. Ensure the following permissions are set to enable terminations - 

    Employee : Status

    Please make sure, you select the correct permission column this should apply to - i.e. Self (User can change own Status), Reports To (User can change Status for employees that report to them), Reporting Line (User can change Status for all employees within their entire reporting line), All (User can change Status for all employees in the account)

    Note: You can control which entity the user can terminate employees from, by selecting the applicable entity under 'Select the legal entity that this permission group applies to'.

  4. Ensure the Approval Process is set up correctly to ensure the terminations are approved/declined by HR or automatically processed according to your requirements. 
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