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Onboarding for New Hires

Congratulations! You have been offered a position with the State of Utah. You will be required to access your new hire paperwork online by completing two Onboarding tours. The first tour called “Completing the Hiring Process,” should be completed before your first day of work to ensure that your records are accurate and that all hiring requirements have been met. The second tour called “Welcome to State Employment” should be completed by the end of your third day of work. After you have accepted your position at statejobs.utah.gov, you will receive a welcome email to the address ...

Onboarding Resources for Supervisors / Managers

As a supervisor or manager it’s sometimes difficult to remember what needs to be done when hiring a new employee. Use this page as a general reference to help guide you through the initial process of onboarding a new employee. We encourage you to review the Onboarding Training for Supervisors Module, use this guide to help welcome your new employee, and be sure to incorporate any agency specific onboarding processes that may also be required. **(Please note: If you’re using Chrome as your internet browser, the above link will direct you to download Adobe Flash in order to view ...

Onboarding – End of Tour Assistance

You have exited the State of Utah new employee onboarding application. There are two tours or modules within this application and we encourage you to complete both of them as soon as possible. The first tour called “Completing the Hiring Process,” should be completed before your first day of work to ensure that your records are accurate and that all hiring requirements have been met. The second tour called “Welcome to State Employment” should be completed by the end of your third day of work. Below are some helpful tips if you are not sure where you are in the Onboarding completion ...

Onboarding Checklist for New Hires

This list guides new employees through the new hire process by outlining steps required for online onboarding tours, benefits and other new hire processes. Accept your job offer at utah.gov Within 24 hours after you have accepted the job, you will receive an email from onboarding@utah.gov with instructions on how to complete your new hire paper work. This email provides you with a link to the website and login credentials which include your employee ID, initial password and organization.  If you do not receive the e‐mail, check your spam folder or call the ERIC at ...

Utah Transit Authority

      UTA Eco-Pass Program   As a State Employee, you may be eligible for a premium Eco-Pass that allows you to ride UTA Trax, Frontrunner and buses at little or no cost to you. Please ask your supervisor for more information. Access UTA Routes and Schedules Now UTA Rideshare Air quality is an issue here in Utah, and we encourage state employees to utilize mass transit whenever possible.  For your convenience, we are providing a link to the UTA Rideshare page that can assist you in finding carpool or vanpool matches.   Access UTA Rideshare Now View Today’s ...

Training for New Employees

As a new state employee you must complete all required training within the first two months of employment unless directed otherwise by a supervisor. Required training: Workplace Harassment Please follow the instructions within the module itself and plan for about 30 minutes to complete it. Click here to access the workplace harassment training module Be advised that it may take up to one week after your start date for your training login to be active. HR Rules Primer The DHRM or HR Rules are the statewide administrative laws that govern aspects of employment such as merit/non-merit ...

Payroll Questions for New Hires

Starting a new job can be overwhelming, the last thing you want to do is worry about your paycheck.  Here are some helpful resources to help guide you through getting your paycheck: 2018 Holiday and Pay Period Schedule – schedule of pay period start and end dates along with payroll check dates.  This schedule also lists any observed holidays during the pay periods. Direct Deposit – All employees are required to set up a direct deposit or they will automatically receive a paper check mailed to the address listed in your employee profile. If you need assistance setting up your ...

Benefits-in-Brief for New Hires

DHRM offers an optional benefits briefing for all state employees eligible for benefits. Representatives from Public Employees Health Program (PEHP) and Utah Retirement Systems (URS) explain the benefits options offered to employees and also are available for any questions you may have. These classes are held at the Multi Agency State Office Building, 195 North 1950 West, Salt Lake City, during the second week of every month. Please note day of the week and room number as they vary. Classes normally begin at 8:30 a.m. and last until approximately 11:30 a.m.. Employees Must Coordinate ...

Benefit Resources for New State Employees

Welcome to state employment! As a benefited employee you may enroll in your benefits on or after your start date. You will need your member ID to create your online account. You will enroll in your Insurance benefits online at PEHP.org.   You will enroll in your retirement benefits online at URS.org Once you have completed your new hire paperwork (onboarding tours), your URS and PEHP member ID information will be emailed to you. If at any point you have questions you may contact a HR representative at the Employee Resources Information Center (ERIC) by calling (801) 538-3742 or by ...

Payroll Resources for New State Employees

As you begin employment with the State of Utah some of the questions you will most likely have are related to entering your time and payroll related questions, to assist you with your questions please review the content provided below: 2014 Holiday and Pay Period Schedule Blank Time Sheet Payroll Time Entry Screen Direct Deposit and Utah Debit Card Instructions for New Hires ESS Training How to View & Print Your Pay Stub If you have further questions, please contact a Human Resource Technician at The Employee Resource Information Center (ERIC) by calling 801-538-3742 or submit your ...

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