New Employee Orientation for Departments
The new employee orientation process has three components:
- Departmental Orientation
- Benefit Orieintation
- College Orientation
Prior to the first day of employment
New employees are encouraged to review the I-9 requirements and complete Section 1 of the I-9 using the online processing website. A link to this online website should have been provided to the new employee, in the offer letter or by the hiring manager/department. On the employee's first day they are asked to show up for work with the appropriate identification. Departments have the ability to complete Section 2 or send the new hire to the Office of Human Resources to complete Section 2.
New employees are also encouraged to print and complete the payroll forms that are turned in during the Benefit Orientation.
Should an employee not have internet access these forms can be obtained in the Office of Human Resources. As always, the Office of Human Resources staff are available to assist employees withe the completion of the new hire paperwork.
The first day of employment
The process of orientation begins with the Department. On this day the department should welcome the new employee, familiarize them to their new work area and introduce other departmental personnel. The Departmental Checklists provide a good overview of what information could be reviewed with the new employee beginning on the first day.
Departments may also issue to the new employee a complimentary five-day parking pass and instructions on where to go to purchase a permanent parking pass.
Some Departments may choose to have the new employee begin their first day with the Office of Human Resources. The new employee can complete their hiring forms and obtain a five-day parking pass from HR as well. Departments that opt to have employees begin their first day with HR are encouraged to coordinate the employee's arrival time with HR.
The new employee should mark their calendar with the date, time and location of the appropriate Benefit and College Orientation sessions they will attend.
- Benefit Orientation - The schedule, agenda and a summary of the benefits available to a new hire, by position type are posted on this page.
- College Orientation - is once a month. The all day program includes speakers from across campus, a tour of the Wren Building and Swem Library, lunch and a continental breakfast. New employees are also enrolled in the Partnership Program to further assist them during their first three months of employment.