ADP Workforce Now
Portal Administrator Guide
Managing Company Policies
8 In the Security Groups area, choose the employee security groups who should
complete the event. In the Available Groups list, click the security group(s) you
want, and then use the arrow keys to move the group(s) into the Selected Groups
All employees were assigned to security groups when ADP Workforce Now was set up
for your company. These groups affect what users can see and do on the site. Your
groups include default groups (employee, manager, practitioner, and admin) and
custom groups that may have been set up.
Tip: For detailed information on setting up security groups, refer to “Chapter 3:
Setting User Access in ADP Workforce Now” in the
ADP Workforce Now® Security
9 If you want employees to receive a notification message about this policy when they
log on to ADP Workforce Now, click to select the Prompt at Login check box.
Employees will see this prompt for the first time on the start date you provided. They
can choose to complete the event then or receive another message the next time they
log on. They will continue to receive the message each time they log on until they
complete the event or until the end date for the event, if you provided one, is reached.
10 Click Create Event. The Event Configuration page is redisplayed. You can now add
the content to your event.
Adding the Content
After you create the company policy event, you need to add the content. You can
include three items: a welcome message, the actual company policy, and a closing
message. Each item is set up as a separate step in the event. You can include as many
policies in an event as you want. You may want to bundle related policies together, or
those that need to be acknowledged at important times of the year, such as year-end.
The policies you include will be listed on one page, as part of the same step.
You may want to include a welcome message that lets employees know that they have
to acknowledge the policy, and by a specific date. You may also want to send a closing
message that provides further instructions to employees.