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New Employee Orientation

Starting a new job can be exciting and filled with questions and uncertainties of how things are done in the new organization. Questions such as "When do I get paid?" and "Where do I park?" will be addressed in New Employee Orientation (NEO). We will also introduce you to FSU's mission and values, policies, benefits and perks of working for the university, the UNC System, and the State of North Carolina.  

Presentations for New Hire Orientation

Employment Presentation
Benefits Presentation
Time & Leave Administration Presentation
Employee Health & Safety Presentation
Civic Engagement & Service Learning

New Hire Orientation Documents

ComPsych Employee Assistance Program
Critical Incidents
Holiday Schedule 2018 - 2020
Payroll Schedule (Monthly Employee)
Payroll Schedule (Bi-Weekly Employee)
Payroll Services (Monthly Employees)
State Employees' Credit Union Information
Campus Recycling 

Related Links

Campus Maps & Directions to FSU
Campus Dining
E-Verify Employee Rights and Responsibilities

New Employee Orientation - 2018




How will a new employee know when to attend NEO?

Human Resources will contact the employee and the employee's supervisor to confirm which orientation the employee is expected to attend.

What can a new employee do to prepare for NEO?

Complete the NEO packet provided by Human Resources. The packet contains documents such as tax forms, direct deposit enrollment, and employment eligibility verification. Return the completed packet to Human Resources prior to orientation so we can activate your employee ID and your supervisor can request computer access, office keys, etc.

Can a new employee start work prior to attending NEO?

No. A new employee will start work on the date given in the appointment letter or faculty contract. Work prior to that date must be approved by Human Resources.

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