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Employment Forms

The Wood County Human Resources Department wants to ensure a smooth onboarding process for all new employees. In an effort to prepare employees for their first day of work, we have provided the links to the required employment forms all newly hired employees must complete. These forms are available to download and print. We recommend completing the forms and bringing them with you to your scheduled new hire orientation.

If you do not have printing capabilities, copies of the forms will be available for you to complete at New Hire Orientation. Please be prepared to complete them at this time.

Benefit Information

Employees will be asked to make their benefit election decisions with Wood County during their first week of employment. The Benefit Guide provides detailed information concerning Wood County’s benefit offerings. The information will also be reviewed during new hire orientation.

Employees accrue vacation and sick hours each pay period (bi-weekly) starting on their hire date. The number hours accrued per pay period is based upon your employment status and vacation hours are also based on years of service.

Office Information

Human Resources Department
Wood County Courthouse (Map)
Room 204, 2nd Floor
Hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm M-F
Phone: (715) 421-8457
Fax: (715) 421-8692
Email: hr@co.wood.wi.us


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all individuals will be required to wear a face covering in any Wood County facility.


Courthouse Security

Entry is only permitted through front doors: Monday-Friday, 6:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

All individuals need to proceed through the screening process that includes walking through a metal detector and having their items sent through an x-ray machine and/or visually inspected. If necessary, pat-down searches may be completed by a Security Services Deputy or Corrections Officer.

Failure to proceed through the screening or refusing a search could result in access to the Courthouse being denied.

Prohibited items should be left in individuals’ personal vehicles. Prohibited items found during the screening process will be confiscated and disposed of and will not be returned

List of prohibited items:

  • Legal firearms, including pellet and BB guns
  • Facsimile weapons
  • Martial arts weapons
  • Batons
  • Brass knuckles
  • Alcohol
  • Gun case or holder (empty)
  • Ammunition
  • Explosives
  • Stun guns
  • Razor blades
  • Chemical mace
  • Heavy metal items such as locks, chains, handcuffs, large keys
  • Animals other than authorized service animals
  • Combustible gases or flammable liquids
  • Any item which could be construed as a potential weapon by the screening officer
  • Any item deemed unnecessary or a security threat
  • Items such as bicycles and skateboards which are deemed a nuisance will not be permitted in the courthouse
  • Non-working electronic devices