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This policy establishes ConnectCarolina HR/Payroll as the official University system for capturing SHRA and EHRA Employee employment and payroll information; and Time Information Management (TIM) as the official time capturing system to provide to payroll interface for processing payments. Maintaining records online allows for speedier, more accurate records while maintaining proper University business standards.
While the purpose of research, scholarship, and education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is to ultimately share information and new knowledge, there are times when access to certain data or certain laboratory spaces should be restricted for confidentiality, export compliance, national security, safety, and/or other security reasons. To that end this policy establishes a framework for identifying certain activities, research, and/or research.
This procedure communicates statutory regulations for transportation expenses and mileage rates for all University travelers on official business.
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.
The purpose of this Policy is to establish the University's cost-sharing method to help University Development's annual giving direct marketing services, including the engagement center and direct mail efforts.
The University is required by North Carolina law to withhold state income tax at the rate of four (4) percent on non-wage compensation paid to nonresident individuals and businesses for personal services rendered within North Carolina unless certain criteria are met.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill conducts business with many domestic and foreign vendors, as well as Independent Contractors. Each has its own process of enrollment and policy, which must be adhered to when establishing vendor relationships with the University and enrolling the vendor into our financial system.
The purpose of this document is to create a policy to 1) mandate training for all Purchasing Card Accountholders, Group Proxy Reconcilers, and Group Approvers and 2) enforce penalties on Purchasing Card Accountholders who violate their Accountholder Agreement by not complying with the terms and conditions regarding use of their P-Card account.
This document is intended to ensure universal understanding of the management and investment of the University's endowment.
Although the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill observes donors' wishes for anonymity to anyone outside University development, an extra special level of care is required when dealing with attorneys working on behalf of their clients and in the handling of estate planning documents. Therefore, in the instances where permission to reveal names is not granted, the OGP will create "Deeply Anonymous" records.
This document describes vaccination requirements for specific University positions.
This Policy supports UNC Health and the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine strategy for providing a safer environment for health care personnel and patients through influenza and COVID-19 vaccination, while also meeting applicable regulatory requirements.
Working in a health care environment poses a risk for acquiring certain infectious diseases greater than that for the general public. To reduce the potential risk, employers are required to establish a medical surveillance program which documents immunity for some diseases, monitoring for others such as Tuberculosis, along with safety training on methods to prevent exposure and disease.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is dedicated to instruction, research, and providing service to the people of North Carolina and of the nation. It is the policy of this University that its faculty, staff, and students carry out their scholarly work in an open and free atmosphere, and that consistent with applicable laws and policy they publish the results of such work without restraint.
This procedure explains when someone may appeal to the UNC-Chapel Hill Board of Trustees, how to file an appeal, how the Board of Trustees reviews the appeal, the criteria for how the Board of Trustees decides appeals, and how the Board of Trustees communicates regarding appeals.