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This Policy prohibits (i) all forms of Discrimination and Harassment based on Protected Status; (ii) Sexual Violence and Sexual Exploitation, (iii) Stalking and Interpersonal Violence, which need not be based on an individual’s Protected Status; (iv) Complicity for knowingly assisting in an act that violates this Policy; and (iv) Retaliation against an individual because of their good faith participation in the reporting, investigation, or adjudication of violations of this Policy.
The University is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our community. The University values safety, diversity, education, and equity and is firmly committed to maintaining a campus environment free from Sexual Harassment. This Policy is grounded in Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 (“Title IX”) and its implementing regulations.
This chapter provides resources that can help you prevent a laboratory accident due to mishandling explosive substances, or mixing incompatible reactive substances. This chapter details several specific examples of explosive and reactive hazards that are common in laboratories.
The University strives to create a welcoming and safe environment for all members of the University community. Consistent with this goal, the University will not employ persons or appoint unpaid affiliates with prior non-expunged criminal convictions, arrests, charges or driving records (when driving a state-owned or personal/other vehicle is required as an essential function of the position) who pose an unacceptable safety risk to the University or its community.
The University is committed to establishing a welcoming and equitable digital experience. This policy provides direction on creating an accessible experience that enhances usability for everyone. Implementing this policy will ensure that all individuals have access to Digital Content, Resources, and Technology (“Digital Material”) provided by or on behalf of the University.
Consistent with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's (the "University's") research, teaching and public service missions, the University encourages faculty, staff, and students to engage in appropriate outside relationships with private industry and the nonprofit sector. While engaging in these relationships, members of the University community are expected to avoid conflicts of interest or commitment, unless such conflicts are allowed in this policy.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ("University") is a community committed to creating an environment that encourages personal responsibility and intellectual growth. The University's mission includes the goals "to serve as a center for research, scholarship and creativity and to teach a diverse community of undergraduate, graduate and professional students to become the next generation of leaders."
The purpose of this document is to describe the procedure on Independent Contractor Predetermination Process.
This procedure ensures compliance with State of North Carolina travel regulations as defined by the legislature and communicates current rates as set by the NC Office of State Budget and Management (OSBM), US General Services Administration (GSA), US Department of State, and Department of Defense as applicable.
This policy describes the terms required for use of ConnectCarolina, InfoPorte, associated reporting tools, and other University business applications (“Administrative Systems”).
The determination of the correct classification of worker as employee or independent contractor is significant to the University.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's (UNC-Chapel Hill) Information Classification Standard defines a structure for the University's institutional information. This Standard is intended to guide University Constituents in recognizing the types of University Information they handle in order to better safeguard that information. This Standard takes into account the open, information sharing mission of the University's academic culture.
This policy was created to ensure compliance with state and University regulations; establish guidelines for approval, control and accounting for employees and others who travel on University business; and ensure fairness for both the traveler and the University.
This standard defines the minimum security controls for Information Technology systems in use at UNC-Chapel Hill including personal and University-owned devices. Units within the University may apply stricter controls to protect information and systems in their areas of responsibility. The standard applies to each UNC-Chapel Hill Constituent, student, employee, or other for any covered system under their control.
This procedure communicates statutory regulations for transportation expenses and mileage rates for all UNC travelers on official business.
The purpose of this procedure is to ensure compliance with State of North Carolina travel regulations as defined by the legislature and communicates current rates as set by the NC Office of State Budget and Management (OSBM), US General Services Administration (GSA), US Department of State, and Department of Defense as applicable.
This procedure states the scope of what the Purchasing Card can be used for to comply with state auditing rules. It details allowable and non-allowable uses of the P-Card, and defines the oversight of card use.
The purpose of the Tuition Waiver Program is to provide an opportunity for an eligible employee to have the tuition waived for a course taken at any of the constituent institutions of The University of North Carolina system. Participation is voluntary and courses may be taken for career development or for personal interest. Benefits Services in the Office of Human Resources (OHR) administers the Tuition Waiver Program.
This chapter lists and describes several major categories of hazardous materials and/or hazardous operations that you could work with in your lab. For each category, the chapter includes recommended safe work practices and regulatory requirements (if applicable).
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ("UNC") One Card is a multipurpose identification card that also serves as a card for library and meal plan use, building access, copy and print services and access to campus events. This Cardholder Agreement document explains how to get a One Card, how to report a lost or stolen One Card, and financial responsibilities that come with having a UNC One Card.
All members of the University community who engage with any University information technology (including wireless or other networks) must adhere to this Acceptable Use Policy.
In order to obtain a University Travel & Expense Card (T&E Card), several forms must be completed.
The University recognizes the importance of providing flexibility for employees to balance work responsibilities with personal obligations and commitments. This policy outlines the regulations regarding flexible work arrangements (FWAs). Departments are encouraged to be open to allowing for FWAs with the understanding that this flexibility must still ensure appropriate employee accountability and be compatible with the operational needs of the work unit.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is committed to providing a welcoming and inclusive environment that is respectful of the Religious Beliefs and Practices of all members of the University community. The University is committed to diversity and nondiscrimination and supports the employment of all qualified individuals, regardless of religious affiliation or beliefs.
Each State agency is to have a written health and safety program for State employees, based on clearly stated goals or objectives, that promotes safe and healthful working conditions.