Enforce your company policies automatically

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Build policies that apply to the right people automatically

Next-level enforcement. Near-zero effort.

Apply policies to people using Supergroups. Supergroups are dynamic membership lists you can customize using attributes like level or location. If an employee moves or changes roles, their policies update automatically.


Create any workplace policy you can imagine

Policies control everything from security to expenses. Supergroups apply them dynamically, so you never have to manually maintain who’s attached to which policy.


policy enforcement

Automate policy enforcement so you can rest easy

Rippling helps automate all the error-prone work behind policy enforcement—like sending reminders, updating systems, and more.


Changing someone's role automatically updates their policies

Employees automatically inherit all the right policies when moving into new roles or Supergroups. No action needed from you.

Cross-App Policies

Create policies that span Rippling's applications

A policy triggered in one part of Rippling can enforce actions in another. For example, you could build a policy that prevents employees from clocking in to Time & Attendance if they have incomplete trainings in Learning Management.

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Frequently asked questions

What is the definition of a policy?

In a workplace context, a policy is a formal rule that outlines mandatory behaviors and processes. Sometimes these policies are legally binding, pursuant to government rules and regulations, and other times simply a requirement of the company itself. Many policies can be enforced using the business software that employees regularly use.

What is company policy enforcement?

Company policy enforcement is the act of proactively preventing or reactively addressing violations in company policy.

Why are company policies important?

Company policies are designed to keep businesses compliant, equitable, secure, safe, frugal, among other things.

What are examples of company policy?

Company policies can outline anything from expense guidelines to time off rules. Many of these policies can be automatically enforced using Rippling. For example, you can block spend above a certain amount for employees based on different attributes or allocate available time-off to employees based on their tenure, mirroring the policies laid out in an employee handbook.

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