Federal and State Government Forms
Employers are required by law to provide information to the government for the employees they hire. New employees must complete paperwork so their eligiblity to work can be confirmed, as well as for income tax withholding from their paycheck.
- I9 Employment Eligibility Form and Documentation
- W4 Income Tax Withholding
- State Income Tax Withholding Form
In addition to government forms, companies also have internal forms that new hires must complete, including employment agreements and benefits paperwork. You may be asked to complete some or all of the following forms, depending on company policy and procedures.
- Confidentiality Agreement
- Conflict of Interest Form
- Employee Benefits/Insurance Forms
- Employment Contract
- Equal Employment Opportunity Reporting Form
- Non Compete Agreement
- Retirement Account Forms
- Direct Deposit Form
- Parking Form
What You Need to Complete the Hiring Paperwork
In order to complete the hiring paperwork necessary to get you on the payroll you will need to provide information and documentation to the company. All employees are required to prove that they are legally entitled to work in the United States and will need to show the employer original documents, not photocopies. The only exception is an employee may present a certified copy of a birth certificate. Here's a list of the documents you can use to show eligibility to work.
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