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Employee Management

Employee Management allows the administrators to manage the employees who are participating the development of open source projects. It provides an overview of employees who are participating in various open source projects along with their roles.
Employee Management allows the administrators to perform the following functions:
  • Adding a new employee
  • List view of employee associated with a project
  • Filtering of employees
  • Profile view of an employee
  • Removing an employee from an organization
  • Exporting list of employees to an XLS sheet

Accessing Employee Management

To access the employee management, perform the following steps:
2.On the vertical sidebar navigation menu, click Employees.
Employees

Inviting an Employee

Administrator can invite a new employee who is contributing to a particular open source project.
To invite a new employee to a project, perform the following steps:
1.Click Employee menu from the vertical sidebar menu.
2.The Employee page appears. Click +Invite to LFX button available on the top right of the page.
Invite Employee
3.The Invite to LFX dialog appears. You can invite an employee by providing the email ID or bulk import by upload the CSV file.
Select Enter Recipient radio button, enter the Recipients email ID and click Send Invitation button to invite a new employee.
Recipient Email
To invite bulk employee, select Upload a CSV radio button, drag and drop the CSV file which has employee details and click Send Invitation(s) button.
Upload
4. An invitation link will be shared with the recipient. The employee should update the details in from the invitation that has been shared to add themselves as new employee for an open source project.

List View of Employees

Administrators can see the list of employees assigned with a particular open source project.
To view list of employees belonging to a particular open source project, perform the following steps:
1.Click Employee menu from the vertical sidebar menu.
2.You can view list of employees belonging to a particular open source project by selecting the required open source project from the View Employees by Project drop-down list.
You need to click Clear to clear the selected project to view list of all employees.
View Employee by Project

Filtering of Employees

Administrator can filter employees to based on the roles, LF accounts, Key contacts, Open Source Program Offices (OSPO), Board and Committees, Maintainers, Most Active, Least Active, Recently Joined and Alphabetic.
Employee Filters

Filter by Missing LF Account

Missing LF Accounts are those employees who does not have LF account associated with their profiles.
To filter employees by Missing LF Account, perform the following steps:
1.Click Missing LF Account. The employees are filtered by Missing LF Account.
Missing LF Account

Filter by Administrators

Administrators are those employees who are assigned with the administrator role.
To filter employees by Administrator, perform the following steps:
1.Click Administrator. The employees are filtered by Administrator.
Filter by Administrator

Filter by OSPO

To filter employees by OSPO, perform the following steps:
1.Click OSPO. The employees are filtered by OSPO.
Filter by OSPO

Filter by Key Contacts

Key Contacts are those employees who are assigned with the few important and specific roles such as primary or voting, billing and legal.
To filter employees by Key Contacts, perform the following steps:
1.Click Key Contacts. The employees are filtered by Key Contacts.
You can again filter key contacts based on Primary/Voting, Billing and Legal.
Filter by Key Contacts

Filter by Board and Committees

You can filter employees belonging to different boards and committees such as Governing board, Technical, Marketing and other boards.
To filter employees by Board and Committees, perform the following steps:
1.Click Board and Committees. The employees are filtered by Board and Committees.
You can again filter Board and Committees based on Governing board, Technical, Marketing and other boards.
Filter by Board and Committees

Filter by Maintainers

Maintainers are those employees who maintain the open source project. Maintainers normally build source code into a binary package for distribution, commit Pull Requests, or organize code in a source repository.
To filter employees by Maintainers, perform the following steps:
1.Click Maintainers. The employees are filtered by Maintainers.
Filter by Maintainers

Filter by Most Active

Most Active employees are those who have actively contributing to the project within last one month.
To filter employees by Most Active, perform the following steps:
1.Click Most Active. The employees are filtered by Most Active.
Filter by Most Active

Filter by Least Active

Least Active employees are those who are not actively contributing to the project within a specified time frame.
To filter employees by Least Active, perform the following steps:
1.Click Least Active. The employees are filtered by Least Active.
Filter by Least Active

Filter by Recently Joined

Recently Joined employees are those who have joined the project recently and started contributing to the project.
To filter employees by Recently Joined, perform the following steps:
1.Click Recently Joined. The employees are filtered by Recently Joined.
Recently Joined

Filter by Alphabetic

Filter by alphabetic option allows you to filter the employees by the alphabetic sequence of the employee names.
To filter employees by Alphabetic, perform the following steps:
1.Click Alphabetic. The employees are filtered by Alphabetic.
Filter by Alphabetic

Profile View of an Employee

You can view the details related to an employee by viewing their profile. Profile View provides the following details related to the employee:
  • Name of the employee
  • Designation of the employee
  • Project name for which employee is associated with
  • List of repositories for which the employee is a maintainer
  • Edit option to update the repositories
To view the profile of an employee, perform the following steps:
1.Click View Profile from the employee card.
View Profile
2.The Profile dialog box appears with all the details.
Employee Details

Removing an Employee

Administrator has an option to remove an employee from a project.
To remove an employee from the project, perform the following steps:
1.Click the ellipsis
icon and select Remove from Organization.
Remove Employee
2.A confirmation message dialog box appears. Click Remove to remove an employee.
Confirmation Message

Downloading the Employee List

You can download or export list of employees in a XLS sheet.
To download the employee list, click the
download icon. The XLS sheet with list of employee will be downloaded to the local system.
Download

Tagging an Employee as OSPO

You can tag the required employee as OSPO leader.
To tag an employee as OSPO leader, click the
icon and select the tag
icon and click OSPO Leader. The employee is tagged as OSPO leader.
You can remove the OSPO tag by clicking the x mark.
OSPO Tag