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A separation occurs when a University SHRA employee resigns from State employment, retires, is involuntarily separated, or dies. This policy details the provisions and procedures for the following types of separation: resignation, retirement, death, or separation while on medical leave. This policy describes the different types of voluntary employee separation and the procedures for ensuring employees receive appropriate benefits in the event of resignation, retirement or death.
A State Agency or University employee working full-time has primary employment responsibility to the State. Other employment outside of State Agencies or Universities is considered secondary employment. An employee must notify his/her supervisor before engaging in any secondary employment.
The University strives to create a welcoming and safe environment for all individuals. Consistent with this goal, the University will not employ individuals or appoint unpaid affiliates with prior non-expunged criminal convictions, arrests, charges or driving records (when applicable) who are determined to pose an unacceptable safety risk to the University or its employees, students and visitors.
The purpose of this policy is to describe certain employment policies applicable to EHRA Non-Faculty Instructional, Research and Public Service Staff, and Tier II Senior Academic and Administrative Officers.
A permanent full-time SHRA employee (regularly scheduled 40 hours each work week) normally is appointed to one position at one established rate of pay. However, the University allows additional employment for a permanent full-time employee under the circumstances outlined in this Policy.
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.
In appreciation for their service to their country, and in recognition of the time and advantage lost toward the pursuit of a civilian career, Eligible Veterans shall be granted preference in University employment.
To aid in the recruitment of middle or late career applicants to positions that the University has identified as critical to the agency mission and for which the agency has documented recruitment difficulty attracting qualified applicants or for applicants to "middle management positions", the State permits the University in certain circumstances to provide one-time recruitment incentive leave for new SHRA hires.
The University consistently applies the SHRA recruitment and selection process to promote open and fair competition to select from the most qualified persons to fill vacant positions. Selection decisions will be based solely on job-related criteria.
This policy outlines specific procedures and requirements that govern individuals who will serve in these capacities including: to whom this policy is applicable, guidelines on what these individuals may or may not do in the course of their assignment, a process by which these unpaid assignments must be requested and approved through the Office of Human Resources, and a requirement for background checks for unpaid assignments
UNC-Chapel Hill offers the Welcome to Carolina Blue orientation program for new SHRA and EHRA Non-Faculty permanent employees. The classroom-based orientation provides an overview of the programs, services, policies and benefits offered by the University. Employees must attend a Welcome to Carolina Blue session before beginning work.
The University’s layoff policy assures equitable treatment of SHRA Employees when reduction in force becomes necessary. A layoff might become necessary because of a reduction in work or funds, abolishment of a position, or other material change in duties or organization. This policy provides University-specific guidelines in adherence to the Office of State Human Resources Reduction in Force Policy, assuring employees that potential reductions are considered on a fair and systematic basis.
All EHRA non-faculty appointments or reappointments may be made contingent on the availability of funds other than continuing state budget funds or permanent trust funds. In many instances, the contingency is related to continued sponsored research contract and grant funding. When present, this contingency permits early discontinuation of the appointment contrary to the normal appointment terms.
These Policies govern appointment of Tier I Senior Academic and Administrative Officer employees and are adopted by the Board of Trustees of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill pursuant to the Employment Policies adopted by the Board of Governors of The University of North Carolina for Senior Academic and Administrative Officers on November 14, 1986, and as subsequently amended.
Applicants are required to disclose family members or closely affiliated persons working at the University, and identify their departments on the University employment application. Positions of influence over affiliated positions may occur within a subunit, unit, or entire department, or may span across departments or divisions. The department head is responsible for verifying management relationships for new hires and transfers to ensure compliance with this policy.