FAQs About the Partner Dashboard

Partner Dashboard allows Certified Broker Partners to access all accounts from a single login to manage benefits administration on behalf of your clients, to include their company and employee benefits data, renewals, and carrier fulfillment.

App Access:
  • Benefits Administration: You can access information related to medical, dental, vision, life, disability, and supplemental plans that you manage on behalf of your client.?
  • Business Intelligence: Provides access to pre-made & customer reporting capabilities in Zenefits.?
General Access:
  • You are not able to access your client’s FSA, HSA, or Commuter Benefits applications from Partner Dashboard.?
  • Check to see What’s new with Zenefits? by clicking the “bell icon” at the top of your dashboard, where Zenefits provides a list of product updates and announcements.?

A Benefits Contact is the user that Zenefits will display to workers as the point of contact for benefits/insurance related questions. Zenefits enables Certified Broker Partners (CBPs) to select one of the broker users that they manage in their Partner Dashboard account, as the point of contact for a particular group’s benefits questions. When a CBP assigns someone as a benefits contact, that user’s email address & phone number will populate within the respective group’s Benefits Administration application, indicating them as the primary point of contact for benefits questions for the group.

CBP users with full admin permissions are able to assign Benefits Contacts within Partner Dashboard.

  1. Log in to your Zenefits Partner Dashboard account.
  2. Click the “hamburger menu” (3 horizontal lines in the top left-hand corner of your Zenefits window).
  3. Select the “Company Settings” tab.
  4. Search for the company for which you're assigning a Benefits Contact.
  5. Click on the vertical ellipses on the right side of the screen.
  6. Click the “Assign Benefits Contact” icon.
  7. Then, from the drop-down, select the user you would like to assign to the group in question.
  • View list of all groups associated with your Partner Dashboard account
  • View the assigned Benefits Contact for each group
  • View the Benefits Contact’s email address & phone number
  • Assign new Benefits Contact, or change the Benefits Contacts for your group(s)
  1. Log in to your Zenefits Partner Dashboard account.
  2. Click the “hamburger menu” (3 horizontal lines in the top left-hand corner of your Zenefits window).
  3. Select the “Team Settings” tab.
  4. Click “Add Team Member” in the top right corner of your screen.
  5. You'll be prompted to enter the new user’s information and invite them to access Partner Dashboard when you click the “Invite Member” button.
All changes to Partner Dashboard user accounts should be made from the “Team Settings” page.

Use the vertical ellipses on the right side of the screen to:
  • Deactivate accounts that are no longer in use
  • Make changes to the user’s name, phone number, or role/permission in Partner Dashboard
  • You can also reactivate accounts by click on the “Deactivated” tab
Note: You are not able to make changes to a user’s email address.
Public Contacts are a way to add users as Benefits Contacts, without providing them with an actual Partner Dashboard account.

The main intent of this is to allow Broker Partners to assign a general inbox as a contact for a group, rather than a specific person as the point of contact.

Example: As a broker, you have a service team that works with groups & employees on benefits related questions, rather than a specific account manager or benefits consultant.  You can create a Public Contact, like service-team@ broker.com , then assign this Public Contact as the Benefits Contact for one or more groups.
  1. Navigate to the “Public Contacts” page, from the menu in the top left of your Zenefits screen
  2. Click the “Add Public Contact” button on the top right of the screen
  3. Add all the required information and click “Add Contact”

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