OSHR: Center of HR Expertise
In the Office of State Human Resources, our vision is simple: serve as the “Center of Human Resources Expertise” for the State. OSHR takes that vision seriously. Whether you're a new or seasoned employee, we have the info you need.See All Employee Resources
2016 Governor's Awards for Excellence Nominations Now Closed
The nomination window is now closed. OSHR is working with the selection committee to review the many nominations received. Winners will be announced in the coming months, so stay tuned!Learn More About the Governor's Awards for Excellence
The 2016 Wellness & Safety Expo Was a Success!
This event gave state employees the opportunity to see live demonstrations, screenings, and get info on many health topics.Learn More About the 2016 Expo
Sensible Savings Sessions Are Coming to Your Area!
Classes are offered to state employees for FREE. The sessions provide valuable information on state employee benefits, estate planning, financial wellness services, and retirement savings options. Space is limited; register early to secure a seat!Register Today
Creating a Culture of Safety
Workplace safety is a top priority for the Governor and every North Carolina state agency. OSHR is leading a consolidation effort to reduce safety risks and streamline workers' compensation claims. There are many ways that employees can get involved.Learn How to Be a Hazard Hero
Looking for a Job?
Bring your passions, creativity and strengths to work every day. Our careers are as diverse as the citizens we serve! Search for a job with one of the largest and most geographically diverse employers in North Carolina.Search Job Opportunities
When you work for North Carolina you can rely upon a culture that values collaboration, creativity, innovation, diversity, and teamwork. We offer benefit option packages that will enhance your quality of life, health, wellness, and future.
Sponsored by the Wellness, Safety and Health Program of OSHR, Miles for Wellness encourages and supports employees to increase their level of physical activity above their current baseline of steps per day, with the goal of 10,000 steps, or the equivalent of 5 miles, achieved most days of the week.
The Office of State Human Resources (OSHR) serves as the "Center of Human Resources Expertise" for the State of North Carolina through an integrated, professional Human Resources function that is collaborative, strategic, and customer-focused, allowing state government to attract, retain, develop, and motivate a high-performing, diverse workforce. In compliance with the State Human Resources Act and with accountability to the Governor and the State Human Resources Commission, we provide high quality human resources services that enable agencies and universities to attract, motivate, develop, and retain a competent, diverse workforce to meet their business objectives.