First Day Tasks to Complete
- Obtain Your LIN/PIN - You will be issued a Lehigh identification number (LIN) and personal identification number (PIN) which you may need to pick up at the E.W. Fairchild-Martindale Library Help Desk on your first day. Bring a picture ID to obtain your LIN/PIN letter, which arrives in a sealed envelope. If you have any questions, please contact the LTS Help Desk at 610-758-4357 or email@example.com.
- Obtain Your Lehigh ID card - You'll need to have your LIN and a form of ID. Be sure to check out the perks your Lehigh ID card grants you.
- Obtain Your Parking Permit - A parking permit is required to park on campus. You will need to fill out a Motor Vehicle Registration form and an Election/Payroll Deduction Authorization form in order to receive your permit.
- Set Up Your Voice Mail
- Set Up Your Email Account
First Week Tasks to Complete
- Tour your Department and Meet Other Department Staff - Sometimes the hardest part of the first week in a new job is just remembering everyone's names. Try to schedule time to walk around and be introduced to colleagues beyond your direct co-workers.
- Become Familiar With the Campus - Use your lunch breaks to take walks around campus and then take this Buzzfeed Quiz to see how much you learn.
- Follow Work/Life Lehigh on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram- You'll get daily info on all things Lehigh, from benefits to employee discounts to upcoming events on campus.
- Join the Lehigh University New Employees Group on Facebook.
- Meet with Your Supervisor - This should be an ongoing activity during your onboarding period. Topics you may want to discuss:
- Department organization and protocols
- Job duties and responsibilities
- Performance expectations
- 180-day provisional period
- Work schedule, breaks, and time off policies
- Compensation and pay policies
- Work environment safety
- Complete Online Compliance Training - Refer to the compliance training email you received for information.
- Review Lehigh University Policies – The Lehigh University policies are included in the manual that is handed out at Benefits Orientation. You can also review these policies online.
- Ask Questions; Discuss Concerns - Don’t hesitate to ask questions or raise any concerns you may have during your first week. Now is the time to seek clarification.