Worker Onboarding

Workers are at the core of every payroll solution - they're who we pay after all. Before we can pay a worker, their information needs to be submitted through onboarding.

In this section

  • How to add a Work Location.
  • How to onboard a W-2 Employee.
  • How to onboard a 1099 Contractor.

Work Locations

Work Locations show where an employer has employees working. It's important to track where employees complete work so that we can tax them properly.

Learn more about Work Locations.

Employee Onboarding

To onboard a W-2 employee, we need to collect basic information, bank details, and tax parameters. Employee onboarding is an important component of your payroll product and can be built using various methods.

Learn more about Employee Onboarding.

Contractor Onboarding

While onboarding a 1099 Contractor is simpler than onboarding an employee, we still need to collect some basic information. Contractor onboarding is an important component if you plan on supporting contractors.

Learn more about Contractor Onboarding

What’s Next

If you're looking to onboard employees, you'll need to first understand Work Locations. However, for onboarding a contractor, no prerequisites are required.