Onboarding Checklist

A new employee’s first day on the job involves meeting new people, learning new tasks—and paperwork. An employer that neglects to provide or obtain all the necessary forms, documents and notices when bringing a new employee on board can set itself up for administrative headaches, misunderstandings, and even legal liability.

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