The Work State(s) Viewing Permission allows pages of a Startwork Template to show or hide based on the Work State(s) indicated for the employee.
The Work State(s) Viewing Permission is controlled from Employment Details, by the Work State(s) selection made by production / an Inviter.
"Work States" refer to the states the employee is actually performing work.* For example, even if the production office and main stages are located in New York City, if a production shoots in New Jersey, anyone working on location in New Jersey should have "NJ" listed as a Work State. Employees who perform work both in New York and New Jersey should have both "NY" and "NJ" listed as Work States.
"Work State" is not the same as "State of Residence".
* NOTE: The TiM team are not legal experts or payroll representatives. Any state regulatory information we provide is to our knowledge and should be confirmed with a professional.
In the Builder, a user can select which states they want to show or hide selected pages from via the typeahead entry point. Multiple states can be indicated if necessary: