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The purpose of this policy is to establish in writing which officials at the University are authorized to sign University contracts. The University's Board of Trustees has delegated to the Chancellor the authority to sign contracts for the University and has authorized the Chancellor to delegate that authority to other University employees.
Public trust in the integrity and ethical behavior of scholars must be maintained if research is to continue to play its proper role in our University and society. While the primary responsibility for maintaining integrity in research rests with those who conduct it, the University has established standards to ensure a healthy environment for research and compliance with law.
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.
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.
The University of North Carolina Board of Governors adopted a system-wide Policy that prohibits amorous or sexual relationships between faculty or staff employees and students they evaluate or supervise by virtue of their teaching, research, administrative, or other employment responsibility and students who are minors below the age of eighteen. The Policy also states that faculty or staff employees may not supervise or evaluate students to whom they are related by blood, law, or marriage
This document outlines goals for the Emergency use of designated facilities owned by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Emergencies affecting the University and the surrounding community may require the use of campus facilities to support response and recovery efforts. Emergencies may develop rapidly and require a coordinated response from many actors across campus. Accordingly, it is essential to create Emergency response plans before any Emergency.
Departments have the option to post SHRA permanent and time-limited positions as internal only. Internal only recruitments limit applicants to current, permanent or time-limited employees of UNC-Chapel Hill or to individuals with UNC-Chapel Hill layoff priority. Internal only recruitments may not be limited to employees of any specific unit, department or division of the University, nor may any of the positions' essential requirements indirectly infer required employment in a specific area of th
The University maintains an Accountable Plan which allows an employer (the University) to reimburse employees on a non-taxable basis when certain requirements are met. These regulations relate to reimbursing employees for business expenses, where reimbursement is not counted as income. This reimbursement process is referred to as an “Accountable Plan”.
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 procedure communicates statutory regulations for transportation expenses and mileage rates for all University travelers on official business.
The purpose of this document is to create a policy to: (1) mandate training for all Travel & Expense Card (T&E Card) Accountholders and (2) enforce penalties on T&E Card Accountholders who violate their Accountholder Agreement by not complying with the terms and conditions regarding use of their T&E Card account.
The purpose of this policy is to provide guidelines for the issuance, use of the University Travel & Expense Card (T&E) and to ensure that controls are in place to mitigate risk, compliance with State and University travel policies, and regulations.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC Chapel Hill) is committed to complying with federal and state laws concerning employment eligibility verification of employees hired to work in the United States. In accordance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA), UNC Chapel Hill will not knowingly hire or continue to employ any person not authorized to work in the United States, and will not discriminate against anyone who is authorized to work.
The University is committed to promoting a safe and healthy campus environment that is free from violence. Violent acts, whether on-duty or off-duty, affect individual and community physical and mental well-being, employees’ ability to perform their jobs, and students' ability to learn. The purpose of this policy is to establish preventative measures, hold perpetrators of violence accountable, and support individuals affected by Workplace Violence.
No person, on the basis of protected status, shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to unlawful discrimination, harassment, or retaliation under any University program or activity, including with respect to employment terms and conditions. Such a policy ensures that only relevant factors are considered and that equitable and consistent standards of conduct and performance are applied.