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Employee Navigator is excited to announce our newly re-designed user interface which was developed by Twitter. You'll notice the sleek and intuitive framework that provides a more uniform experience throughout. We have also tried to simplify the branding too. Users will see will see their company name or logo (if loaded) based on their login credentials. We've also created a new branding section on the HR home page to display an agency logo (when loaded) which is designed to help promote your agency or private exchange to HR users.
- Employees will see their company name or logo in the header on all pages.
HR users will see their company name or logo in the header on all pages, and the agency logo (if loaded) in the top right side of the HR home page.
Agency licensee users will see their agency name or logo in the header of all agency pages, and the company name or logo on the header of any company or employee pages. This makes it much easier to validate what the employees will be seeing when they log in!
Agency branding controls the default header and color themes used for broker users. The agency website logo is displayed on right hand side of the HR home page to help promote your agency or a private exchange. When there is no active agency branding, agency licensee users will see the name Employee Navigator.
To setup agency level branding go to your agency's Branding tab.
Replace the default Powered by Employee Navigator with your own footer. This is the text that displays at the bottom of the screen when your clients login.
Used with login widgets. Enter the URL of the secure site hosting the login widget so that email templates will pull in your login URL instead of the default EN login URL.
Instead of dropping your clients on the main EN site once they log out, drop them on your own site.This will allow you to send the user to a specific website when they click on the Logout tab at the top right of the page. It will default to Employee Navigator's homepage if you do not customize.
Add a new name for your theme and upload your agency's logo or insert custom header text instead (if no logo). Change up the look and colors by choosing a different theme. **Review the attached document to see a sample for each
Note! Themes are currently being re-evaluated to fit the new UI and currently are disabled.
Web Site Employer Logo: Agency logo displayed in the top left of the header bar for agency users and right side of company homepage for HR users. If no logo or header text is loaded, the agency name will display.
Header Text (if no logo): Option to display text in upper left of header bar when not uploading agency logo and something other than agency name should be displayed.
Theme: Select from any of the available color themes to best complement logo color schemes.
We've got an entire article on setting up a login widget. Check it out here: Login Widget
Terms and Conditions
Employee Navigator's term and conditions appear upon first time entry into the site. Elite and Platinum level licencees also have the option to input custom terms and conditions and enforce acceptance upon first entry into Employee Navigator and anytime thereafter when policy changes occur. If utilized, custom terms and conditions appear above Employee Navigator's terms and conditions.
Custom Login Page
Elite and Platinum licencees may create their own custom login page that will display their logo and theme under a custom URL. You will be able to select your own domain name and check for availability. The selected text, followed by .employeenavigator.com will redirect to the custom login page.
I uploaded my logo and the colors look different - why?
This color distortion is not caused by our software, but rather by your image and/or browser properties, By default, most browsers use sRGB (standard RGB color space) to display images on the web. However, some JPEG and PNG images have ICC color profiles embedded into the image via a color-managed image editing program, and since most browsers are not color managed, the color of these images are distorted when uploaded to the web. For more information on this, you can refer to the following links: http://om4.com.au/client/preparing-images-color-profiles-srgb-adobe-rgb/ or https://imageoptim.com/color-profiles.html
What are the picture size requirements for logos?
We cap the company logos at 50 pixels height., and broker logos on the HR home page at 60 pixels in height.