Enrolling in Justworks as an employee is easy. Administrators can take these steps to send an invitation to Justworks by following the steps outlined in Adding People to your Account.
Once an employee is added by their administrator, they will receive an email with an invitation link to Justworks. Employees should be sure to follow the link from that email, to ensure that they enroll in an account that’s connected to their company.
First, employees will create a username and password.
Next, they will set up Two Factor Authentication. You can read more about mandatory two-factor authentication on Two-Factor Authentication.
From here, employees can come back and log in using the username and password that's been created.
The first portion of onboarding will need employees to add their contact and financial info.
Employees make sure their name is spelled correctly, and enter in their personal details, such as Date of Birth, and Social Security Number.
Employees will also fill out their contact info, such as home and mailing address, so we know where to send tax forms at the end of the year. Emergency contact information is also required.
Then, employees will enter their bank account and routing numbers, and adjust their filing status and withholdings. They can also change this information directly from their account settings tab whenever they feel the need to do so.
Employees also enter tax information, such as withholding status and extra withholding. Be sure to refer to Form W-4 when submitting this information.
Keep in mind that the additional withholding amount specified here will only refer to regular salary or wage payments, and not supplemental payments.
If employees work in a state that has a custom W-4, they will be able to enter state withholding amounts directly in their Account Settings once they've completed enrollment. You can read more about state withholdings and reciprocity on Questions about my Paycheck.
Once they double-check everything and confirm their contact and financial info, employees can complete their portion of the Form I-9.
Lastly, employees will be prompted to accept the Worksite Employee Acknowledgment and review any documents assigned by their administrator to complete their onboarding.