myhrtoolkit recognises that in some situations use of shared physical and virtual assets are a necessity in business. The nature of much HR information is incompatible with these shared resources, so myhrtoolkit allows controllers to tag which users work this way such that their privacy is protected.
Shared email addresses
A ‘System email address’ can be marked as a shared email address so that the system does not send confidential emails or attachments to the user. Instead, a generic notification will be sent asking the user to login and view their correspondence from within myhrtoolkit.
An example of a shared email address is [email protected]. This kind of email address could be accessed by more than one person in an organisation.
Employees using shared email addresses will be unable to recover their own passwords using the link. Please ask your controller for assistance.
This can be set by visiting> .
Employees who use shared computers to access their emails should be tagged in the system so that confidential correspondences are sent to the employees’ private email addresses.
- Private email address Private email addresses (also called Home email) is a self service field. Employees can change their address through their area. Managers with access to can also update employees’ private email address.Controllers can change private email address in > . Private email addresses added via will update private email addresses in , and vice-versa.
Users with shared computers can set by visiting> .
To set a user to shared computer status
- Go to >
- Tick the shared computer box for any affected employees
- Input a private email address in the space provided
To disable shared computer status
- Go to >
- Un-tick the shared computer box for any affected employees
- Delete the private email address (optional)
Shared computers in use
If an employee is registered as using a shared computer to access myhrtoolkit, an additional security layer is in place whereby notification emails (with the document attached) will be sent to a private email address rather than the normal system email. Additionally, a warning message about the dangers of downloading documents to a shared computer, and the need to fully delete after use will be displayed.
Several employees use the same computer in an office for accessing myhrtoolkit. When a document is downloaded by one employee and not deleted from the computer, there is a possibility that it can still be viewed by other staff members.
- Employees still hold ultimate responsibility for the removal of downloaded content from the host computer. myhrtoolkit cannot control the behaviour of browsers or individuals.
- If an individual does not have a private email address, we would suggest considering that they set up a free Google mail address.