No, unless they explicitly give you this access. Information your clients enter into NextHR such as their employee’s banking information is private. We know some of our competitors allow you and your staff to access this information, but we think this creates a serious liability for you. In the event of a data breach at your office you’ll need to justify the need for you and your staff to access your clients’ sensitive data. The authorities may not look kindly on your privacy practices if your clients don’t know you have access to this kind of information. That’s why we allow your clients to provide you access (by creating an account for you on their NextHR installation), but they have to make the decision to do so.
Articles in this section
- What encryption does NextAgency use?
- Can I access the financial data of my clients and their employees?
- Can NextAgency personnel access financial information of my client’s employees?
- Will you communicate directly with my clients?
- What can NextAgency use client data for?
- Who owns my client data?
- Is NextAgency HIPAA compliant?
- How do you protect data from hackers?