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This Policy outlines the requirements for managers to provide an annual performance appraisal to SHRA and EHRA-Non Faculty employees.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) is committed to the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and visitors. The goal of this Policy is to minimize the detrimental effects of excessive heat on UNC employees who are required to work outdoors or within indoor environments with elevated temperatures.
Conflict of interest relates to situations in which financial or other personal considerations may compromise, have the potential for compromising, or have the appearance of compromising an employee's objectivity in meeting University duties or responsibilities related to the purchase of equipment and other supplies. This policy protects the University from these types of situations.
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 the requirements units must meet to use an external search firm to help recruit for a position.
This chapter gives definitions and protocols for chemicals that are classified as controlled substances by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. Controlled substances have special rules for acquisition, storage, security, inventory/recordkeeping, disposal, and importing or exporting, detailed in this chapter. The appendices include a current list of controlled substances and forms for inventory support and personnel screening.
This policy provides eligibility criteria and other provisions of the Graduate Health Insurance Plan (GSHIP).
This policy is to ensure that all purchases of goods or services made by faculty and staff at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are in compliance with North Carolina law (§ 143-58) as enacted by the legislature and implemented by the State Department of Purchase and Contract.
Occasionally emergency situations arise in connection with student behaviors, which require a faster response than the student judicial system's procedures can provide. To address all of these situations and to fulfill the University's obligation to provide a safe campus, the Emergency Evaluation and Action Committee has been established.
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 items, information, or 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 export-controlled items, information, and research spaces.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-Chapel Hill) is a constituent institution of the University of North Carolina and an agency of the State of North Carolina and is open and responsive to information requests from the public and the news media. UNC-Chapel Hill is committed to a policy of openness, honesty, and cooperation.
The Policy on Policies, also known as the Policy Framework, sets behavioral expectations across the University. The Policy Framework empowers members of the University community with the knowledge, protection, and flexibility they need to perform their day-to-day roles and responsibilities within certain defined boundaries.
The purpose of this policy is to encourage individuals to report possible Wrongful Conduct to an appropriate authority so that prompt, corrective action can be taken by the University and to protect reporting individuals from any Retaliation for reporting Wrongful Conduct.
Description of the current University COVID-19 Community Standards.
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.