Don’t Share Passwords

Posted by BAS - 23 October, 2014


Employer administrators should be reminded to keep their passwords to private and secure.  Administrators should not share password logon access. issues a unique user ID and password to all employer administrators. The user ID and password is required to access as an administrator.  Even if administrators perform the same role at the employer, each administrator must use his or her own, unique login. 

This unique access is important for many reasons. If an administrator leaves your company, and if passwords were shared, the terminated administrator would retain access to a large amount of personal data of your employees.  Employers should not take this risk.  In addition having a unique logon to the site provides accountability for transactions within the system. 

BAS requires a unique user ID and password for all individuals who have access to

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