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Orientation for New Employees
Welcome to Our Team
As a valued team member, you are University Health’s greatest asset. We could not accomplish the great things we do without your support and dedication.
Beginning the Orientation Process
During your new hire orientation, we introduce you to all the benefits of working at the University Health, provide you with a chance to interact with other employees and more.
Participate in “Gamification,” an interactive board game using your phone, where you compete with other teams asking and answering questions. Gamification is an engaging and creative method for setting goals and achieving milestones, while helping retain all the new information a new employee has to know.
As a contract employee or vendor, you are an important member of our extended staff. It is important that you understand and comply with our policies concerning customer service, safety and infection control.
Please review the following courses that pertain to your type of employment and complete the Orientation Verification form:
Vendor/Contract Employee Orientation
Contract Employees (only) must provide a print out of the quiz results page to your supervisor to receive completion credit and include in your University Health personnel file.
Verify You Completed Your Orientation
- Fill in the electronic Orientation Verification form.
- Click “submit” to document you have reviewed the course(s).
If you have questions, please direct them to your University Health supervisor or Center for Learning Excellence via email at Learning.Resources@uhtx.com.
It’s important to download and review the following information as it contains further important information that will ensure a great beginning at University Health:
- New hire packet
- Dress code
- Parking information
- Information asset policy
- Family medical leave act
- Smoke-free environment policy