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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.
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 was established to meet IRS regulations, including 26 U.S. Code § 132(e).
Departments employ temporary staff due to vacancies in permanent positions or for non-permanent supplementary staffing. Departments have three ways to hire temporary employees at the University: through UNC-Chapel Hill and NC State University’s joint University Temporary Services (UTS) service; through an outside temporary employment agency; and/or by hiring temporary staff directly onto the department’s payroll (Direct Hire Temporary).
The purpose of this policy is to articulate requirements for assessment of outcomes and use of results for improvement purposes in academic and non-academic units and to specify the roles and responsibilities for implementing and overseeing assessment processes to ensure compliance with this policy and with the requirements of SACSCOC.
This policy sets up a framework for protecting University data. This framework: gives responsibilities to the stewards, managers, and custodians of University data; empowers the Enterprise Data Coordinating Committee (EDCC) to give advice about the best way to manage and protect enterprise data that still meets the University’s needs; and charges the EDCC with recommending standards and procedures for governing enterprise data.
University Career Services (UCS) policy for students to request use of UCS interview rooms on 4th floor of Hanes Hall - Spring 2022
All students participating in on-campus interviewing or fairs are responsible for knowing the policies for on-campus interviews and fairs sponsored by University Career Services.
Decisions regarding appointments, promotions, terminations, and other changes affecting the rank, status, and/or salary of University employees (collectively referred to as "personnel" or "payroll" actions) will be recorded and maintained in separate databases according to the employee's designation as EPA (exempt from the State personnel act) or SPA (subject to the State personnel act).
This policy defines the sources of payroll actions for University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill graduate students and provides deduction schedules and cancellation policies.
In accordance with federal and state tax laws, the University provides this policy to inform employees of the annual schedule for distributing earnings statements to use for their reporting responsibility to the IRS.
This policy presents the federal guidelines by which the University will abide in determining which student employees are eligible for exemption from the FICA tax.
Payroll Suspense chartfield strings have been created for each department to capture personnel expense transactions during the payroll distribution process when a valid chartfield string does not exist for some or all of an employee's earnings and related employer paid fringe benefits and taxes.
The University is required to file an Exempt Organization Business Income Tax Return (Form 990-T) with the Internal Revenue Service reporting any unrelated business income generated by the activities of its academic and support units.
This policy establishes the various types and frequencies of payroll distribution for all University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill employees.