A password manager that helps streamline the onboarding process for new employees? Yes, TeamPassword has you covered there too! Our password management software was designed to help you and your teams work more efficiently in all areas of your office life—and that includes cutting downtime during new employee training.
It’s intimidating to be the “new guy.” New hires are often overwhelmed during the first couple days at the job. They’re being bombarded with paperwork, office rules, and job responsibilities— all while trying to learn the names of their new coworkers. They want to make a good first impression and prove their worth during those critical first days. But when they’re constantly running into “login required” roadblocks it’s difficult to get up and running without feeling like a burden to their password wielding colleagues— or compromising their “best new employee” facade by bothering the boss.
TeamPassword eliminates the need for handholding of new employees. With a few clicks in our shared password manager, your new talent will have access to all the tools they need to start doing their job—and their coworkers’ smiling avatar will also help them remember names!
Simply add the employee name and email to your company’s TeamPassword account and click on the groups they will need access to.
The new employee will instantly be able to see all the relevant logins they’ll need — and hopefully have some fresh ideas about useful apps or services the team can add. With TeamPassword’s quick learning curve, even the least tech-savvy hire will easily grasp the user interface.
And if hiring a new employee means eliminating another, simply remove the outbound person’s access without worry that your company’s sensitive information is at risk. Secure password management is TeamPassword’s top priority.
TeamPassword encourages employee autonomy which leads to greater employee engagement. Engaged employees are more motivated to do their work, increasing results and driving productivity. TeamPassword gives your staff the tools they need to do their best work.