I-9/New Employee Packet
Please complete your New Employee Packet and return the signed and dated forms to the Employment Services Coordinator in your department.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The I-9/New Employee Packet must be completed within the first three days of employment and be attached to the employee's New Hire ePAF.
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I-9 / New Employee Packet Completion Steps
Directions: Follow the steps below to complete your initial enrollment process. The New Employee Packet Checklist will assist in this process.
NOTE: The following forms are attached to the ePAF for all employees.
Complete the I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification
NOTE: If the position is funded with a federal contract (i.e., GSA, DOD, NASA, etc.), e-verify will be required. To document that the verification process has been completed, please enter the following on the top center of the I-9 form, "E-Verify Case Verification # _________" followed by the ESC's initials and the date. In addition, the employee's Tech ID (R#) should be recorded on the upper right hand corner of the I-9 form.
Read the TTU System Community Conduct, Intellectual Property Rights, Excerpts from the State Government Code, Excerpts from the General Appropriations Act document.
Print and give to the employee a copy of the Affordable Care Act form.
Complete the Employee Acknowledgement.
Complete the Veteran's Self-Identification form (Post Offer) VEVRAA.
Special instructions for Foreign Employees.
NOTE: The documents in Steps 9 and 10 must be attached to all benefits-eligible Faculty, Staff, and Graduate Student New Hire ePAFs.
Complete the Benefits Enrollment Information form.
Schedule all new benefits eligible employees for a Benefits Orientation using SumTotal. If you have not yet received your eRaider ID to log in, call the Employee Services Center at 806-742-3851 to register.
PLEASE NOTE: Incomplete or late forms can cause delays in processing paychecks.