All new employees are required to attend orientation.
Approved January 12, 1995
PRO 5.380 ORIENTATION
- The employee reports to the business office at the beginning of the work day (usually 8:00 a.m.) on the first day of employment or the earliest date convenient to both the business office and the hiring department.
- The following topics are discussed in orientation:
- Benefit package
- General policies and procedures (attendance, security, etc.)
- Salary reviews/performance appraisals
- Evaluation period
- Pay procedures
- New employees are notified during orientation that they are required to submit proof of eligibility for employment within 3 days of the hire date in accordance with the Immigration Act of 1986. If an employee fails to provide the necessary documents (or an application for the documents) within 3 days, he or she may be terminated. If the employee has applied for the documents and cannot provide them within 21 days of the hire date, he or she will be terminated.
- Supervisors are responsible for discussing departmental policies or procedures that are not addressed in orientation.
- Each new employee shall be told where a copy of the policy and procedure manual may be found.