Transfer Staff

Need to transfer an employee to a different department? Switch into the employee’s current home department and select their profile from the Directory page. You should see a “Transfer” button in the upper right corner of their profile page.

Transfer Staff from Profile Page

Once you’ve selected “Transfer”, a “Transfer Staff Member” window will pop up. You can then choose the employee’s new worksite from the options in the drop down menu. After you’ve selected their new worksite, click the “Transfer” button in the top right corner of the window. You will receive a confirmation message that your employee has been transferred into their new department.

Transfer Staff Member

As a note, the employee’s profile will be removed from the previous staff directory and will now show up in the department they have been transferred to.

Tip: If you don’t see the Transfer button on the employee’s profile page, double-check that you are currently in their home department (this will be displayed in the upper right of the screen). Employees can only be transferred into a new department by their current department’s administrator(s).

You can also confirm that they are not already in the department you are trying to transfer them to by looking for a “R” remote icon on their profile photo.

Related Articles:
Adding and Inviting Staff

Adding Staff: Click Staff > Directory in the navigation bar on the left-hand side. If a staff list was sent to us, your staff should all be present. Please scroll through the list and verify nobody is missing. To add additional staff, click the Add Staff button in the upper

Read More
Adding an Admin

With NurseGrid Manager, you can also provide access to staff members you’d like using the platform’s feature set! There is no limit to the number of admins you can invite, so you can assign your clinical coordinator or assistant nurse manager with set privileges based on what they will be

Read More
Using Tags

NurseGrid’s Tags feature allows you to filter and organize your staff by keywords. Tags can be used to indicate where staff members are cross trained, which nurses are likely to pick up an open shift, or anything else that’s important to note about a staff member and helps you efficiently

Read More

Join a FREE week-long series of virtual events focused on the wellbeing of today's nurses