All new employees must use the I-9 form to document both that they are eligible to work in the United States and that their identities match the information on their employment authorization documents.
Remote Hire Instructions and Forms
To be used when an employee works remotely and cannot physically present employment authorization documents to a representative of the University. The employee must seek a notary public to complete the I9 authorization process within the federally mandated timeline.
Employees use this form at initial hire and to make future changes to their personal information - name, address, phone number.
This form is used for employee voluntary self identification of a disability.
University Policy requires all employees to be familiar with the Intellectual Property Policy and Conflicts of Interest Outline.
Employees are required to sign a Participation Agreement and Receipt of Policies at initial hire, and whenever signing a renewed contract.
Temporary employees are required to participate in the Massachusetts Deferred Compensation SMART Plan (also known as Mandatory OBRA).
Statement concerning your employment in a job not covered by Social Security.