Manager Subscription Method Details
Owners and key managers have the capability of adding subscribers or managers to communication lists based on various topics.
Each worksite has their own communication preferences. Allowing “Owners and Key Managers” password protected access to newsletter subscription pages is an effective way to let each client company manage how information is distributed through the leadership chain.
The table below lists the communication topics and purpose of each mailing list.
Manager Newsletters Topics and Overview
|Owners & Key Managers||Top level announcements, new product Information, new service updates and changes, key system updates and feature releases, critical HR notices.||Restricted||Add Members|
|Manager 101 Education Series||HR training, seminars, risk management guidance, and regulatory updates for worksite managers. Once a manager is added to the list, they will remain on the list for future event invites.||Key Manager Preference||Add Members|
*The password required to access the subscription pages will change annually.
You will need a general password to access the subscription page for each list. The password can be found on the bottom of any email sent to “Owners and Key Managers.”
How to add members to the list:
1. Use the form below (requires a password)
2. Submit a request here
A new communication widget for the employee self-service portal (ESS) is under construction (and almost complete!) We expect the widget to be released and operational by the end of 2019/Q4.
The widget allow all users with manager permissions to see a list of available newsletters. From there, managers will be able to subscribe to their newsletters of interest.
We have in place several controls at the company and list level.
Controls At The Company Level
Key contacts will have the ability decide to make all lists “Read-only” at the global company level. This means no managers will be able to manually subscribe to a topic on their own through the employee portal.
When in the portal, all lists will be “read-only.” Managers will be able to visually confirm which lists they will receive communications from, but they will not be able to manage their subscriptions.
Controls At The List Level
Key contacts will also have the ability to decide if a particular list will be “Read-Only” or not based on the topic of that list. This flexibility can allow managers to self-subscribe to a list, while protecting other lists from access changes.