So, you've encountered an expired FSLM (Facility Social & Labor Module) self-assessment on Worldly? Don't worry; we've got you covered. In this guide, we'll explain what to do if your FSLM self-assessment has expired and how to get it back on track.
Why Did My FSLM Self-Assessment Expire?
FSLM self-assessments have a specific timeframe in which they need to be completed and submitted.
Posted FSLM self-assessment data are only valid for 60 days. If this timeframe has passed and has not been verified, your assessment may expire.
Solution: How to Handle an Expired FSLM Self-Assessment
If your FSLM self-assessment has expired, follow these steps to resolve the situation:
The first and most crucial step is to get in touch with our Support Team. You can contact them via email at Support@worldly.io or the chat feature on our platform. Request the reopening of your FSLM self-assessment.
Update Your FSLM Data
Once your assessment is reopened, review and update your FSLM data as necessary. Ensure that all information is accurate and up-to-date.
Verify Submission Date
Make sure that the submission date in FP-BAS-26 falls within two months from the current date. This is an important requirement to proceed.
Post the Self-Assessment (ASC)
After updating your data and ensuring the submission date is correct, post the self-assessment again.
Monitor Your Dashboard
If the vFSLM has already been purchased, it will reappear on your dashboard. If you haven't purchased it yet, a "Purchase" button will appear at the left part of the dashboard.
Proceed with Verification
With your FSLM self-assessment enabled again, you now have seven (7) days to proceed with the verification process and move the assessment status to "VRP" (Verification in Progress).
Extending vFSLM Validity
You don't need to request an extension every 7 days. Instead, if you anticipate that the verification process may exceed the initial 7-day period, you can contact our Support Team to extend the validity of the vFSLM module when the verification is approaching.
Please Note: There's no limit to how many times you can extend vFSLM validity. This flexibility allows you to complete the verification process without unnecessary time constraints.
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