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Division of Human Resources

HR Toolbox

In Human Resources, our job is to support the needs of our university employees. Forms, documentation and other communication are essential to ensuring that you have access to the wealth of resources you need to achieve success.

The table below compiles forms, documents, guides and other useful information related to your role in the university, or the type of support that you need. The toolbox serves as a one-stop-shop, and divides the resources that you need under six distinct categories of information: benefits, employee performance, hiring, international support, policies and procedures, and training and professional development.

Payroll Forms, Deadline and Requirements

While most of the forms provided in this toolbox are Human Resources forms, you may also find several other useful forms on the Payroll Office website. You can also find information about payroll deadlines and requirements.  


Tools and Resources


The following forms should be mailed to Mike Linebaugh at Colonial Life Enrollment, 1101 Javelin Court, Columbia, S.C. 29212:

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Tools and Resources 


FMLA forms should be sent to the Division of Human Resources' Benefits Office or the Campus Human Resources Office. 

  • Leave Donation Request (P-71) [pdf] – This form is used to donate personal leave to the Leave Transfer Pool.
  • Request for Leave Transfer (P-72) [pdf] – Employees experiencing a personal emergency requiring time away from work for which they have no paid leave, may request leave from the Leave Transfer Pool. This form requires approval from the department head, the Division of Human Resources and the State Budget and Control Board. All requests must include an explanation of the personal emergency, and a brief leave history explaining the reason there is insufficient leave to cover the time needed.
  • Return From Leave Notification (P-73) [pdf] – This form must be completed when an employee returns to work, a personal emergency ends, or they are terminated from employment.


Employee Performance

  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – A practical and confidential resource for permanent employees and their dependents. The EAP provides many different types of assistance such as counseling, legal assistance, financial and health and wellness services.
  • Integrity Line – If talking with your supervisor or other administrator is not an option in dealing with a workplace concern, the UofSC Integrity Line is an anonymous reporting system, administered by an independent third-party provider, Lighthouse Services, Inc., to report your concerns about questionable or unethical behavior. 
  • Grievances – There are laws, regulations, policies and procedures in place to provide covered employees an opportunity to challenge specific unfavorable employment actions they believe were issued inconsistently, improperly or not in accordance with University policy.



Important Note: Please refer to new information in the HR Toolbox titled PeopleAdmin Upgrade. Job postings, hiring actions and some HR business processes have changed since the system was updated on June 27, 2017. 

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Security and System Access

  • Submit a ticket through the Service Now Portal and attach the access form(s) to request access to the PeopleSoft HCM HR/Payroll system


International Scholars


Policies and Procedures

Required Workplace Posters

All university departments are required to have the following items posted in the workplace:

Summary of Work-Related Injuries Posters

The University's Division of Human Resources Office is required to complete and post these summary reports each year, even if no work-related injuries or illnesses occurred during the year. Other University departments are not required to post these items. 


Training and Professional Development