About Portal Access for Terminated and Rehired Employees
Former employees have access to the Earnings and Personal Info modules by default if those modules have been enabled for them on the User Access page.
The following sections describe how you can control portal access for terminated or inactive employees, and how rehired employees regain access.
Prevent Access for Terminated Employees
To prevent employees who are no longer with your company (set as inactive in Vista PR Employees) from accessing your portal, you can do either of the following:
- To prevent all former employees from accessing your portal, select the check box for the following portal setting: Disable Portal Access immediately upon termination for all users located under .
- To prevent an individual employee from accessing your portal, deselect the check boxes for all modules currently enabled for that employee (including Earnings and Personal Info) on the User Access page.
Allow Access for Inactive Employees Without a Termination Date
As an option, you can allow full access to your portal for employees set as inactive in Vista PR Employees but without a termination date by enabling the following advanced portal setting: Allow portal access for inactive PR Employees without a term date located under . If you enable this setting, inactive employees without a termination date will retain access to all modules that are enabled for them on the User Access page.
Access for Rehired Employees
Rehired employees (must be marked as active in PR Employees in Vista) automatically regain access to all modules that were previously enabled for them on the User Access page. Be sure to review a rehired employee's restored permissions to ensure that the user has the appropriate level of user access.