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New Hire Requirements Policy 415.01
Johnson County Community College
Series: 400 Personnel
Section: Hiring and Onboarding

Upon being recommended for employment, a new employee will be required to complete the following as a condition of employment:

  • Payroll Forms – Withholding forms for taxes and authorizations for approved voluntary payroll deductions.
  • Oath of Office – Pursuant to Kansas law, each employee shall be required to subscribe in writing to an Oath of Office before entering upon the duties of the job.
  • Personal Data – Current contact information including address and telephone number.
  • Employment Eligibility Verification (Work Authorization) – Each employee shall be required to complete Form I-9 prior to starting work and provide documentation to certify employment eligibility in accordance with applicable laws.

Additionally, depending on the requirements of a particular position, a new employee may be required to complete the following as a condition of employment:

  • Benefits – Enrollments for College-provided employee benefit programs.
  • Medical Examination - After an applicant for employment has received an offer of employment and before beginning his/her duties, the College may require medical, psychological or psychiatric examinations related to the functions of the position. The College may condition the offer of employment on the results of such examination and/or require a release from liability for prior illness, injury or conditions.
  • Polygraph Test - The College may require an applicant to submit to a polygraph test, the cost of which will be at the College's expense.
  • Other – The College reserves the right to establish other conditions of employment as may be necessary.

Failure to satisfactorily complete any new hire paperwork or other required tasks may result in disqualification from employment, withdrawal of an offer or termination of employment.

Employees are expected to keep required information and documentation current throughout their employment.

Date of Adoption:
Revised: 03/15/2018