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New Hire Forms

New Hire Paperwork

We are so excited to welcome you to the UD community and hope you enjoy working here.  In order to get you on board as quickly as possible, please print out and complete the new hire documents listed below.  Please bring your new hire paperwork and appropriate identification documents to HR on your first day of employment.  The HR office is located on Cardinal Farrell Hall 1st Floor. 

If you have any questions regarding the documents on this page, please call HR at (972) 721-5382.

New Hire Forms

  1. Background Check Disclosure (if you have completed a background check within the last 12 months for UD, please disregard.)
  2. Employee Information Form
  3. Voluntary Self-Identification Form
  4. Form I-9 (please remember to bring your original identification document(s) when you submit your paperwork) 
  5. W-4
  6. Payroll Memorandum and Authorization for Deductions from Final Paycheck
  7. Electronic Delivery of IRS Forms
  8. Direct Deposit Form
  9. Workers' Compensation Acknowledgement (only the last page must be completed)
  10. Acceptable Use Policy Acknowledgement


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