Consider the "Documents" tab on the employee profile as your digital file folder, storing all documents relevant to this employee. Documents assigned to the employee will automatically be saved here, and you can also upload employee-related documents in this tab.
Adding documents to the employee profile
If you add documents directly to an employee's profile here, you can specify who will have access to view this document on the employee's profile. This is particularly useful if you want the document to be on the employee's profile but you don't want the employee to be able to see the document.
Learn how to add documents directly to an employee profile.
Managing documents in the "Documents" tab
You can quickly locate specific employee documents by entering the document name into the search bar or sorting the documents table. To sort the table, click on any of the column titles (Name, created, status), and the table will be rearranged alphabetically, chronologically, or by group by status.
Uploading documents in bulk
Suppose you're uploading multiple documents of the same type, such as old pay stubs or performance reviews. In that case, we recommend naming the files using a group hierarchy, such as "Paystub - John Smith - 06/21/2022," which will make searching for them much easier when using the search bar or the "Name" filter.
Download or delete a document
To download or delete a document, click the three dots on the document line and select the option from the dropdown menu.
View a document
Click anywhere on a document's row to open and view it. This will open the document's page, where you can access a few options. Using the three dots in the top right corner, you can delete or download the document.
If there are signed documents on file, an extra page will be added to the document. This page serves as an audit trail, indicating who sent the document and when it was sent, viewed, signed, and completed.
Humi currently only supports JPEG, PNG, GIF, and PDF documents. If you have a document in Microsoft Word (.docx) or Pages (.pages) format, you must first save it in a supported format before uploading it to Humi.