Are you having trouble completing the onboarding process in Everee? Here are a few of the quick tips to get you quickly through the employee setup process.
Didn't get an email?
If your payroll administrator indicated that they sent your onboarding email and you haven't seen it please simply ask which which email is being used. If you don't have access to that email, or it isn't exactly correct, please ask for them to edit the email and click the resend button. It is as easy as that.
What if I didn't complete all of my onboarding and need to go back in?
If you didn't complete all of your onboarding at once, please just use your email address to login at Everee and click "resume onboarding" at the top of the page. Did you already forget your password? No sweat, please go to Everee and click "Forgot your password". Add your email address on file with Everee and you will be sent a quick email to reset your password. Once you have completed that, please use your email address and newly created password to get into Everee and you are off to the races. Click "resume onboarding" and complete the necessary items.
Pro Tip: If you don't see fun confetti at the end, you aren't quite done. :)
I am a contractor and an employee. What do I do?
Everee was designed to keep the administrator safe and compliant. In most situations, it is challenging to justify why being a contractor and an employee of the same company is permissible. In the event that you are able to justify that and you have two accounts, keep in mind that within Everee you can only have one employee account and that account must be "unique" from your contractor account. "Unique", in Everee, means that your phone number, email address and social security numbers must all be different than your employee profile. Yes, this means that when you login to the mobile app or the web app, you will have two different accounts. It is important that you do...this helps you justify that you are both a contractor and an employee.