- Accident/Incident Reporting Form Used when treatment is First Aid only
- Injury Report Used when injury requires more than First Aid
- Accident/Incident Witness Statement
Address Change Form/Emergency Contacts ***This is an updated form for either or both
- Change of Address/Emergency Contact Update Please complete your name, the address/emergency contact information and sign. Other signatures and information are not necessary
Employee Benefit Forms/Information
Employee Review Form (Classified/Administrative)
Leave Request/Comp Time Forms
- Compensatory Time Report Form
- Leave Request Form –Classified/Administrative
- Leave Request Form –Faculty
Tax Withholding (W-4) Form
The 2020 Form W-4, Employee’s Withholding Certificate, is very different from previous versions. This is due to the federal tax law changes that took place in 2018. Anyone hired (or making changes) in 2020 is required to use the new form.
Before completing the 2020 Form W-4, please read the instructions that are included with the form. You must complete Steps 1 and 5. Steps 2, 3, and 4 are optional, but completing them will help ensure that your federal income tax withholding will more accurately match your tax liability. Step 1 is for your personal information; Step 2 is for households with multiple jobs; Step 3 is used to claim tax credits for dependents; Step 4 is for other adjustments (additional income such as interest and dividends, itemized deductions that exceed the standard deduction, and extra tax you want withheld); and Step 5 is where you sign the form.
The IRS takes your privacy seriously and suggest that, if you are worried about reporting income from multiple jobs in Step 2 or other income in Step 4(a), you can check the box in Step 2(c) or enter an additional withholding amount in Step 4(c). To determine the additional withholding amount, you can use the withholding estimator.
While Human Resources is able to provide you with the tools necessary to complete the 2020 Form W-4, we are not able to give you tax or legal advice. Please ensure you review the form and tools.
The IRS has also published Frequently Asked Questions that you find helpful as you complete the form (https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/faqs-on-the-2020-form-w-4)
Temporary Hiring Form
Tuition Waivers (Visit HR for these forms)
- To be eligible, you must be employed as a benefited employee for 6 months when the semester begins.
- Casper College benefited employees are eligible for up to 6 credits at Casper College per semester.
- Spouses & dependents of benefited CC employees are also eligible for the tuition waiver (restrictions apply, see policy).
- Casper College employees are eligible for the University of Wyoming tuition waiver (1 class, up to 6 credits per semester). A member of CC Human Resources must sign off on this form.
- For more information, refer to the Employee and Dependent Scholarship Awards Policy
Tuition Assistance (Classified/Administrative)
- Advance Degree Notification Form
- Tuition Reimbursement Form
- To be eligible, you must be employed as a benefited Classified/Administrative employee for 6 months when the semester begins. Faculty and non-benefited employees are not eligible.
- Once you are enrolled in a degree seeking program, seeking a degree one degree above your current degree, fill out the Advance Degree Notification Form. Bring this, along with your acceptance notification to Human Resources.
- If it is through the University of Wyoming or CC, make sure to also fill out the Tuition Waiver (obtained in HR), prior to the start of the semester.
- After final grades are posted, within 30 days of the semester ending, fill out the Tuition Reimbursement Form, bring copies of your grades, and all receipts you are requesting reimbursement for, along with a syllabus that corresponds with the books purchased to HR. We will reimburse up to $700 per semester.
- For more information, refer to the Tuition Assistance Policy
- After you graduate, you must notify HR by June 15 that you graduated to be eligible for the educational stipend. Stipends will begin at the fiscal year (July 1). For notifications after this date, stipends will begin on the following fiscal years’ payroll (the following July 1). Have updated transcripts sent to HR, reflecting new degree obtained.