Don't Just Onboard-Inspire and Engage Your New Team Member
This site is here to provide you the tools for onboarding your new employee. Onboarding is the process of integrating new or newly-promoted employees into an organization or role by building knowledge, key relationships, and providing feedback. It begins when the employee accepts the position, it includes orientation, and it can extend from six months to a year.
Here are some valuable resources that you should utilize to ensure your new employee has a productive and successful orientation to RIT.
I-9 Form Impacts Systems Access for your New Employee
The I9 completion and completed background screening are the most important steps to your ability to request university accesses for your new employee. The second part of the I9 can be completed at any time before the hire is to start. A good idea is to work with them to schedule a time for them to come in before their start date to complete the I9, and go to the Registrar’s office to get their university ID. The UID is what you will need to request accesses for your department, as well as the university, so getting it prior to the start date provides the ability to become familiar with the university on the first day.