After you have accepted your new position and confirmed that your background check has cleared, we can begin your Onboarding procedures. The I-9 form is a Federal document that confirms your identity and work eligibility. All employees have to complete this form in order for the University to stay in compliance with the Department of Homeland Security regulations. Please note, all employees must complete an I-9 on or prior to their start/effective date. For more information on the I-9 document, please visit the Department of Homeland Security website here.  

Please make sure you bring sufficient documentation from the List of Acceptable Documents to the appointment. Only unexpired, original copies will be accepted, no photo copies are allowed. Once the electronic I-9 is completed, we will also create your record in the payroll system.

SAS Onboarding Portal

Effective May 16, 2022, the SAS Onboarding Portal was created as a form of communication between SAS-HR and the departments/units to provide a place to submit all job details and upload all necessary documentation to hire new employees in the School of Arts and Sciences. ​Once the department portion is completed, you as the new hire will receive an email prompt to access the portal and enter your personal information. Once completed, SAS-HR will receive an alert to initiate the onboarding processes.

The SAS-HR team will contact your as necessary to complete the appropriate steps. Once the hire has been processed, an email confirmation will be sent to both you and the hiring unit. The department approver must review and approve the payroll record in HCM. Once the record is approved at the department level, it will be sent to UHR’s HCM unit for final review and approval. At that time, your new record will become active and generate an Employee ID (if this is your first appointment within the university). For more information regarding the Onboarding Portal, click here

Telecommuting Resources

The SAS Telecommuting Information and Resources site has been created to provide you with information and resources during the COVID-19 pandemic.You will find needed policies, forms, and tools to assist you in working remotely during these challenging times. 


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