With WP ERP HR Frontend brings the HRM module of WP ERP to your web front. You can view and manage your employees securely from your website without going to the Backend or WordPress Admin Dashboard.
Employees and staff will also be able to access important functions from the frontend without having to resort to the dashboard.
In this documentation, we will discuss-
- Installation of HR Frontend
- Set Permalink
- Admin View
- Employee View
- List View vs Grid View
Installation of HR Frontend
The installation of this extension is same as that of a regular WordPress plugin.
Navigate to WP Admin Dashboard → Plugins → Add New → Upload the extension file → Install and Activate.
Once activated, you will find a new tab under WordPress ERP when you click on it, with the name HR Frontend:
The next step is to reset the Permalink:
As we have a frontend interface, we have some templates that load depending on the request URL.
Navigate to WP Admin → Settings → Permalinks and select Post Name and click Save Changes.
If you have already set the permalinks to Post Name, then only clicking Save will do the trick.
If you deactivate and reactivate the plugin, then this process is required again.
Admins are able to view and manage many different options, as shown below:
1. Managing Employees
You can view all your employees and their profile from HR Frontend. The dashboard page gives an overview of your HR module including a leave calendar. You can click on the View Employees button to view the list of your employees.
Here you can view employees by Status [Active, Terminated, Deceased, Resigned]. Two additional tabs are Trash and All.
Simple click on the tabs to view employees under these categories.
These tabs will show you the Employee Name, Designation, Department, Employment Type, Joining Date, and Status in ta table format.
There are further ways you can filter employees from the drop-down on the right.
Choose employees by designation, department, location, and employment type.
To add a new staff click on ”+Add New Employee” button on the top right of the page.
This will open up a new page for you to fill in all the details of the new employee.
You can select any employee and view details including their general information, job, leave, notes, performance and permission.
Under General Info you can add basic information, like name, employee ID, and email of the staff.
Under Work, add the department, job title, reporting head, status, type and a lot more details.
You can also add Personal Details, Work Experience, Education, and Dependants of the employee.
You can also add details including experience, education, job status and many from directly from frontend.
Add employment status, compensation, job information as many as you want.
Under the Leave tab, you can view the balances and history of leaves used by the employee.
Add important impressions, notes, remarks, notices, reminders, messages and more for an employee for your own record.
Add Performance Reviews, Comments, and Goals for each employee and as many as you like from the Performance tab.
You can manage the kind of access each employee will have from the Permissions tab.
2. Managing Departments
Admins can also view and edit departments of each of their employees from HR Frontend:
To create new department, click on Add New Department on the top left of the page. This will open a pop-up, which is the New Department form.
From here you can input Department Title, Description, and choose the Department Head and Parent Department from the given drop-downs.
From the main page you can also delete multiple departments. Select the check-boxes beside each department you want to remove, then click on Remove Departments located on top left.
You can also Edit and Trash individual departments. Click on the 3 dots at the far right of each department. This will show you the edit and trash options.
3. Managing Designations
Similarly for Designations you can view the Department, Description, and No. of Employees.
You can add a new designation by clicking on the button Add New Designation.
This will open the New Designation form where you can fill in the Designation Title and Description.
You can also delete multiple designations together. Select the check-boxes and click on Remove Designations.
Edit or Trash individual designations by clicking
You can also add announcements on your site for your employees using HR Frontend.
To add a new announcement, click on Add New Announcement:
This will open the announcement form on the side.
Here add the title of the Announcement, Description, and the Audience for the announcement.
You can also select audience by department, designation, and individual employees.
In this tab, you will be able to view 5 types of detailed reports.
a) Age Profile: Shows age breakdown data in your company in different departments.
b) Head Count: Displays actual number of individuals in your company in different departments.
c) Gender Profile: Shows differentiation data by age in your company.
d) Year of Service: Shows longevity and experience report of the employees of your company.
e) Salary History: Shows Salary History of the employees of your company.
6. Changing the link of your HR Frontend Dashboard
Admins are able to change the default link of HR Frontend.
To do this:
1) Navigate to WordPress ERP dashboard→ERP→Settings.
2) Click on the HR tab.
3) Then click on the HR Frontend page.
4) In the given field for HR Dashboard Slug, type your chosen slug/link for your HR Frontend Dashboard.
5) Click on Save Changes.
5) The next step is to go to WordPress→Settings→Permalinks.
6) Navigate to the bottom of the page and click on Save Changes. This will update your permalink structure.
Now you can check this updated slug on your browser from the frontend by clicking on WordPress ERP→HR Frontend.
When your employees login to your website, they get a simplified dashboard, a list of employees with minimum information and their own profile.
1. Employee Dashboard
From here employees can check-in and check-out using the self-attendance service.
Employees can also view the upcoming birthdays of other employees as well as who is on leave on what day.
Moreover, employees can view previous leaves, upcoming leaves that have been approved, and upcoming holidays in the My leave Calendar.
They can also slide to previous and next months to view these.
2. Detailed Employee Profile
An employee can only edit their own profile by navigating to the top right corner of the page and click on My Profile.
The following page opens where the employee can fill in and save their information under General Info. Here employees can add their Work Experience, Education and Dependents.
Employees can also view Employment Status, Compensation, and other Job Information under the Job tab.
Under the Leave tab, employees can view all kinds of details relating to vacations, holidays, and out days.
Under Balances, employees can view:
- the name of the policy [Leave] and the number of leaves [Days] they are entitled to for each policy,
- the number of days that have been utilized [Spent],
- upcoming out days [Scheduled],
- the available number of days [Available], and
- the range of dates for which each type of leave applies [Period].
And, under History, employees can view:
- when [Date] they have taken leaves
- what type of leaves [Policy]
- why [Description], and
- for how long [Days]
3. Taking Leave
Employees can navigate to their HR Dashboard and click on the Take a Leave button under My Leave Calendar.
When an employee clicks on Take A Leave a pop-up will open, like the following:
The above pop-up is the leave request form. Employees can select the leave type from the drop-down, leave dates and leave reason.
Finally, hit the Send Leave Request button and wait for a confirmation message from the administration.
List View vs Grid View
Both admins and employees can choose to view the layout of their tabs in List View or Grid View.
The following tabs can be viewed in both List and Grid formats:
That's all for HR Frontend!