New Hire Information

Case Western Reserve University is one of the nation's most respected private research universities. We strive to make your employment experience a positive one as you take the time to become familiar with the university's policies on Human Resources and your shared responsibility in the university's commitment to excellence.

Our new hire documents and quick links can help you find the information you need to begin a successful career at Case Western Reserve. CWRU OnBoarding Brochure

New Hire Paperwork Appointment

Once you receive your offer letter, please contact our HR Service Center at 216.368.6964 or to complete your new hire paperwork on or before the start date according to your employment letter.

Please complete the appropriate new hire paperwork packet below (except page 2 of the federal I9 Form) on or before your first day of work or your first day will be delayed. Please bring your completed new hire paperwork, a copy of your offer letter, and I-9 documentation to Crawford, 320.

Questions regarding Federal I-9 Form acceptable documents to bring to appointment?

You've officially started with Case Western Reserve University! Now what?

Now that your new hire paperwork is completed and you've officially started with CWRU, please activate your network ID, sign up for parking (if necessary), set up direct deposit, elect your benefits, and review HR policy and procedure.

HR Policies and Procedures

Employees are responsible for reviewing and complying with the following policies:

University-Wide HR Expectations

Staff HR Policies

Office of Equity Policies

CWRU Policies

COVID-19 Information

Have questions about COVID-19? Visit the university's COVID-19 page, where you can find the university's COVID communicationsHealth & SafetyPrevention MeasuresWorking & Learning on Campus, submit a COVID Cares Report, and more.

Employees are required to complete a Daily Health Attestation every day before coming to campus once a Network ID is obtained. If there is a delay in obtaining a Network ID or an employee is unable to complete the assessment electronically, they should let their supervisor know if they had a fever of 100.0F or higher that morning, experienced any COVID-19 symptoms in the past 24 hours, or if they have been in close contact with someone with COVID-19 in the past 14 days until they have access to the survey.

All university members are being asked to upload their vaccination cards.  This announcement has instructions.

Employee Assistance Program

CWRU is pleased to offer IMPACT Solutions, the university's Employee Assistance and Work/Life Program. IMPACT Solutions provides free, confidential counseling and referrals to benefits-eligible faculty and staff, as well as their family members and household members. 

The program covers a wide spectrum of personal and work related challenges and daily living matters—from stress/family issues to depression, anxiety, substance abuse, legal and financial pressures, child and elder-care needs, and other commonly experienced concerns. 

Professional phone support is available around the clock on an unlimited basis for you and your family members. Just call 1-800-227-6007. Provide code 'cwrueap'.Your call will be immediately answered by a qualified masters/doctoral level mental health professional 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. IMPACT Solutions has 835 providers in Cuyahoga County and 3,907 in the surrounding counties.

Face-to-face counseling is also available, with up to five free sessions included per problem occurrence.