For each policy below you will find the pdf versions as well as the policy history, the statutory authority, the administrative code, previous policies and FAQs when applicable.
The State of North Carolina must ensure the delivery of services to citizens and businesses even during times of adverse weather conditions. Considering the varied geographic locations and diversity of State operations, it is the intent of this policy to establish uniform operations during times of adverse weather conditions and to establish guidelines for accounting for time and for releasing non-mandatory employees from work.
This document provides details for how to administer and record bonus leave in the BEACON system.
Policy that governs civil leave administration.
This policy covers the definition and administration of Community Service Leave.
In recognition of the State’s interests in supporting its students in compliance with The Excellent Public Schools Act of 2013, special provisions of the Community Service Leave policy to allow an alternate option in lieu of regular Community Service Leave (24 hours) for leave to be granted to volunteering in a literacy program in a public school or tutoring and mentoring a student in a formal standardized approved tutoring/mentoring program in a public school or a non-public school.
Under the State’s overtime compensation policy, certain employees are exempt from the provision for overtime pay. To grant these employees compensating time is a decision that must be made by an agency head using the provisions outlined in this policy.
When an emergency closing of a State facility or workplace occurs, the State shall provide paid time off for employees who are required to evacuate a location or worksite as a result of emergency conditions as determined by emergency/public safety officials or the agency head in consultation with the agency’s safety officer or designee. This policy governs the guidelines of emergency closings.
This Act provides reasonable unpaid leave for certain qualifying life and medical reasons.
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) entitles eligible employees to take unpaid, job-protected leave to care for a family member who is a current servicemember or a covered veteran with a serious injury or illness. FMLA leave for this purpose is called “military caregiver leave.”