Enrolling in Justworks as an employee is easy. Once you are added by your administrator, you will receive an email with an invitation link to Justworks. Please be sure to follow the link from that email, to ensure that you will enroll in an account that’s connected to your company.
First, you’ll create a username and password. Your password must be at least 8 characters long, and include one lowercase letter, one uppercase letter and at least one symbol or number.
Then, you will set up two-factor authentication. You can read more about mandatory two-factor authentication on Two-Factor Authentication.
From here, you can come back and log in using the username and password you’ve created.
The first portion of onboarding will need you to add your contact and financial information. You’ll make sure your name is spelled correctly, and enter in your personal details, such as Date of Birth, and Social Security Number.
You will also fill out your 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, enter your bank account and routing numbers, and adjust your filing status and withholdings.
Keep in mind that the additional withholding amount you specify here will only refer to regular salary or wage payments, and not supplemental payments.
If you work in a state that has a custom W-4, you will be able to enter state withholding amounts directly in your Account Settings once you've completed enrollment. You can read more about state withholdings and reciprocity on Questions about my Paycheck.
You can also change this information directly from your account settings tab whenever you feel the need to do so.
Once you double-check everything and confirm your contact and financial info, you can complete your portion of the Form I-9.
Lastly, accept the Worksite Employee Acknowledgment and review any documents assigned by your administrator to complete your onboarding.
This material has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, legal or tax advice. If you have any legal or tax questions regarding this content or related issues, then you should consult with your professional legal or tax advisor.