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In this step-by-step guide, you'll learn how to efficiently view all workers associated with a subcontractor using BuildPass.

Step 1: Accessing the Project Overview

At the start of the process, log in to your BuildBus account.Once logged in, you'll be directed to the dashboard. From here, follow these steps:

1.1. On the dashboard, locate and click on the "Project Overview" tab. This tab should provide you with an overview of your ongoing projects.

Step 2: Navigating to Subcontractors

With the project overview accessed, proceed to locate the section that guides you to the subcontractor information. Follow these steps:

2.1. Scroll down the project overview page until you come across the "Subcontractors" section. This section typically provides an organised list of subcontractors involved in your project.

Step 3: Selecting the Desired Subcontractor

Now that you're in the subcontractors section, you need to choose the subcontractor whose workers you wish to view. Follow these steps:

3.1. Scan the list of subcontractors to find the one you're interested in.

3.2. Click on the name or icon of the desired subcontractor. This action should direct you to the subcontractor's detailed information page.

Step 4: Accessing the Workers List

Having accessed the subcontractor's detailed information page, you'll now be able to view the list of workers associated with that subcontractor. Here's what you need to do:

4.1. On the subcontractor's page, look for a tab or link labeled "Workers." This tab should lead you to a page specifically displaying the workers associated with the selected subcontractor.

4.2. Click on the "Workers" tab to proceed.

Step 5: Viewing the Workers List

Now that you're on the workers page for the selected subcontractor, you can view the list of workers currently engaged in the project. Follow these steps:

5.1. A list of workers' names, roles, and other relevant information should now be displayed on the page.

5.2. Scroll through the list to review the current workers associated with the subcontractor.

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