Forms & Policies
Forms & Documents By Topic/Area
Forms are listed by topic. Need assistance? Email email@example.com.
FMLA - Family & Medical Leave Act
*Please contact HR-Benefits at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about FMLA.
- Direct Deposit Authorization | Search "Employee Direct Deposit" on your OneCampus portal
- Form I-9 | Completed online using I-9 Advantage, an email will be sent to all new hires by HR with instructions.
- Full-Time/Adunct Hires: Onboarding System Log-in. | https://radford.ted.peopleadmin.com/records
- Confidentiality Agreement Form
- Criminal Background Check Authorization | PDF
- New Hire Employee Checklist | PDF
- PR-23, Personnel Action Authorization | DOC
- PR-40, Personnel Action | PDF
- PR-40 Instructions | PDF
Telework & Alternative Work Schedule
Alternative Work Schedule
Once a work-related injury/illness has been reported, the supervisor of an injured employee must file an Accident Report online with the Commonwealth of Virginia's Sedgwick Employer Accident Report Portal. Additional information can be found on the Workers' Compensation page.
Online Form Submission
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Policies & Guidelines
This section is a selection of Radford University and the Commonwealth of Virginia Policies. For a complete list of Radford University policies, please visit the Office of Policy and Tax Compliance website. Visit the Department of Human Resouces Management (DHRM) website for all Virginia HR Policies.
|Policy Name||Policy Number|
|Acceptable Use Policy for University Computers and IT Systems | PDF||IT-PO-1500|
|Animals on University Property | PDF||GEN-PO-1004|
|Alternative Work Schedule Policy | PDF||HR-PO-1407|
|Authorized Closings | PDF|
|Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Misconduct & Retaliation Policy | PDF||GEN-PO-1002|
|Employee Recognition Policy | PDF||HR-PO-1403|
|Records Management Policy | PDF||FA-PO-1208|
Telework Policy | PDF
|University Smoking Policy | PDF|
Radford University is committed to maintaining the highest ethical standards and upholding the public’s trust. We recognize that our behavior affects not only our own individual reputation but also that of Radford University. Accordingly, this Code of Ethics forms the ethical principles that will guide all members of the university community in all decisions and activities. These principles are:
- Respect: We will nurture a climate of care, concern, fairness, and civility toward others while recognizing and embracing each individual’s dignity, freedom, and diversity even in the face of disagreement.
- Honesty and Integrity: We will act and communicate truthfully and candidly. We will uphold the university’s values and make decisions based on the greater good, conducting ourselves free of personal conflicts or appearances of impropriety and self-dealing.
- Communication: We will openly share information with stakeholders regarding the processes used in developing policies and making decisions for the university.
- Stewardship: We will use university resources in a wise and prudent manner in order to achieve our educational mission and strategic objectives. We will not use university resources for personal benefit or gain.
- Excellence: We will conduct all university affairs diligently, exercising due professional care and striving to meet the high expectations we have set for ourselves as well as the expectations of those we serve.
- Responsibility and Accountability: We will be trustworthy and answerable for our conduct, decisions, and obligations and will comply with all applicable laws, regulations, policies, and procedures. We recognize our obligation to report unethical conduct to appropriate authorities.
Approved by the Board of Visitors on August 23, 2007 | Reviewed by the President’s Cabinet on October 14, 2019