If you’re new to the company there is a good chance that you haven’t yet been made a page admin, and thus you can’t edit the page. Your first task is to gain access. LinkedIn Company pages don’t have login, they are attached to individual accounts.
LinkedIn Company pages don’t have login, they are attached to individual accounts.
This means someone in your organisation is a page admin. They could be the person who previously did your role, the company director so someone who has no left the company. You’ll need to ask around to find out.
If the person who set the page up has left the company you will need to either get in touch with that person, and ask them to make you admin, or contact the LinkedIn help desk and ask them to add you. For this you will need to provide proof to verify you are part of the company and authorised to have access.
Until you are the page admin you won’t be able to access the company page or post to it. A page admin is able to edit a page, add other admins and post updates.
Once you have gained access, it is worth reviewing the existing administrators to make sure everyone who should have access does, and remove anyone who should not.