New Employee Onboarding

Welcome to MU from President Gilbert!

We are excited to welcome you to Marshall University. This is our on-boarding process to welcome and support employees during their transition to a new position at Marshall. The following information is provided to assist you as you transition to your new position at Marshall. You are encouraged to print the Printable Version to use as a handy reference. For any questions related to the arriving employee process, please contact us by emailing at human-resources@marshall.edu, calling 304.696.6455 or stop by our office at 207 Old Main.

Why is On-boarding Important?
The on-boarding process builds the University’s reputation for being a thoughtful employer, with great
training, clear leadership, and a strong organization as well as:

  • Assists in retention of employees
  • Reduces high turnover
  • Increases productivity levels quickly
  • Encourages success for your department and the employee

This guide provides suggestions and best practices for success and begin  building a strong connection with your new employee.


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Our goals for New Employee On-boarding 

We want to welcome you and support your “Best Decision EVER” by becoming a “Son or Daughter of Marshall”.  We will provide you with our  knowledge of employment processes and assist with information about any specific needs you may have within your first months of employment.


Prior to your First Day
Your First Week
Your First 30 Days
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Congratulations on your new employee!

This information will help guide you through the on-boarding process.  MU strives to create a positive working experience where faculty and staff are informed and engaged and have strong working relationships with their manager/supervisor and employees. We feel that to have this positive experience, a successful on-boarding experience is essential.


Prior to the Employees First Day
Your Employees First Week
Your Employees First 30 Days
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