If you are a new supervisor:
- Please complete the Supervisor Toolkit to get acquainted with your Human Resource-related tasks such as hiring, onboarding, payroll and compensation.
- Purdue Supervisors have unlimited access to the American Management Association (AMA) Management Book of Knowledge and can access LinkedIn Learning to update their managerial skills.
- The Manager Resources webpage is designed for you. You can access supervisor training information, learn about our hiring processes, pay and performance procedures and employee development tools. You can point your employees to Working @Purdue for similar guidance.
- The Healthy Boiler Wellness Program incorporates all our benefits and programs that are beneficial to both you and your employee.
- Human Resources is here to help. Our Teams web page provides contact information. When looking for the specific representative for your college or department, use the Searchable List. Your HR Business Partner can help answer any questions.
Part of supervision is properly onboarding team members. The following will help you guide your employee to a great start along with reviewing the employee’s onboarding guide with them.
New Hire Data Collection
Employee information, such as the Section 1 of the Form I-9, tax withholding forms, direct deposit is collected online.
- The employee receives a link to the New Hire Wizard shortly after accepting the position, when the recruiter moves them from the recruitment module to the onboarding module in SuccessFactors.
- If the employee needs their Welcome Letter email resent, or their New Hire Wizard password reset, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to the attention of CSC Specialists to request the resend/reset. Please include the employee’s name, email address, and Onboarding Coordinator in the email.
An Onboarding Coordinator or Supervisor is often used as a point person to send a Welcome email to the new hire prior to the first day. Please use the New Hire Email Template for guidance. The email often contains important links to information, meeting requests, etc.
The new employee should know the following items:
- Where to go to complete section 2 of their I-9 Form; employee should contact their employment center, as some centers require an appointment and are not accepting walk-ins.
- What time to arrive their first day and where to park.
- Where their work area is located and any special access requirements
- Access to their computer or other work devices (Some areas utilize their IT staff to assist new hires)
Complete the Supervisor’s Guide to Onboarding. This guide takes you through the different phases of Onboarding.
Time and Pay
Review Timekeeping, Pay and Time Off
- Supervisor Resources for Timekeeping
- Communicate any employee data changes (hours, termination, transfers) with Employment or Payroll Center
Review Compensation Structure and Administrative Guidelines to learn more about the employee’s pay structure.
Review Creating and Updating Annual Performance Goals to help employee set goals.