How employee profiles work

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As your team grows, the ability to easily and securely store, access, and update employee information is non-negotiable; that’s where Remote profiles come in.

View or update Alisa the Accountant’s salary, Marcelo the Marketer’s job title, or Fumiko the Financial Analyst’s contract agreement instantly with the click of a button.

  1. Go to the Team tab and click on the name of any team member to bring up their profile.
  2. You can use the tabs at the top to see by type (e.g. EOR employees, contractors, or direct employees).
  3. You can also use the search bar to quickly find an employee by name.


Each employee profile is organized into different sections or tabs:


Includes basic details (e.g. name, pronouns, birth date, contact information), home address, and emergency contact.


Includes details about their employment  (e.g. type of hire, job title, manager, and annual salary), contract details (e.g. type of employee, work hours per week, paid time off, role description), and contract update history (e.g. changes made to details like title or salary)

Time off

Includes information about their time off, like days available, requested time off, and pending time off.


Includes any documents uploaded by the employer or the employee (e.g. identification, proof of right to work, tax documents, doctor’s notes, etc.)

Custom fields

Add your own custom fields to an employee’s record if you want to include information that’s not part of Remote’s Standard Employee Fields. For example, do you want to keep each employee’s t-shirt size or food allergy information on file?

See also: How to add Customer Fields

Roles and permissions

To control who from your organization can view and update information on employee profiles, you must assign company roles to them.

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