Regardless of whether you are setting up and iPad or an iPhone, the setting in bold is required, just as shown, and the others will help with your device experience.
First make sure you have already established your Microsoft/Windows password. If this is your first day, you need to use your PC, or a kiosk, and change your temporary password.
Next, every employee with a company phone needs an Apple ID. If you don't already have one, you can follow the steps on your device to create one. Use your personal email address, as this is your own ID and not Seneca's. Do not use your Seneca email address as your Apple ID.
All of these are found under the Settings icon
At the top of settings > (Your Name At The Top) > iCloud > turn off: Mail, Contacts, Calendars (you will sync to an Exchange account, not an iCloud account) All others listed below are toggled on and should be green.
Cellular > Wi-Fi Assist (at the very bottom of the page): Off
Cellular > iCloud Drive (at the very bottom of the page): Off
General > About > Name: (Set to FirstName LastName's iPhone) Example: Kevin Taber's iPhone
General > AirPlay & Handoff > Handoff: Off
Sounds & Haptics > Ringer and alerts: (slide volume to highest)
Sounds & Haptics > Change with Buttons: Off
Sounds & Haptics > Keyboard Clicks: Off
Sounds & Haptics > Lock Sound: Off
Face ID & Passcode > iPhone Unlock: On (usually enabled from the setup process)
App Store > Apps: Off
App Store > App Updates: On
App Store > Automatic Downloads: On
Mail > Organize by Thread: Off
Mail > Accounts > Add Account > Microsoft Exchange
Enter Email Address (Description can be blank) tap Next up at the top
Tap Sign in
Type in your Password then hit sign in
Contacts > Sort Order: First, Last
Camera > Formats: Most Compatible