About OSHR

About OSHR

We're the Center of Human Resources for North Carolina

We're collaborative, strategic, and customer focused, allowing state government to attract, retain, develop, and motivate a high-performing, diverse workforce.

About State Employees

12Average Years of Service On average, our employees have served the State for 12 years. In fact, about 54% of state employees have served 10 or more years.
72.3Percent of State Employees work outside of Wake County With such a geographically diverse workforce, it's important that human resources support is consistent and responsive to the needs of state employees.
50Percent of State Employees are female Creating and maintaining a fair and equitable workforce is an important part of OSHR's mission.

 
 

Temporary Staffing Solutions

Temporary Solutions assists agencies in filling their workforce needs due to illnesses, vacations, peak production levels, transition periods, and other instances when workloads demand more staff. Job assignments range from a few hours to several months, may be full-time or part-time, and offer a wide variety of interesting and challenging work assignments.

Learn More About Temp Solutions

OSHR Divisions

OSHR is made up of many divisions with one goal: Serve Those Who Serve NC. Each division, whether it's recruiting quality talent, overseeing workplace safety efforts, or administering NCFlex benefits, is staffed by experienced professionals with a customer focus. We're here to help you find the answers you need.

Learn More About the OSHR Divisions

 
 
 

The Resource

The Resource is the digital magazine for and about the state employees of North Carolina. This electronic magazine provides information for state employees and features stories about state employees, their work and their many contributions in North Carolina's communities. Enjoy reading our latest edition of The Resource.

 

News Media Contact

The Office of State Human Resources responds to media requests for public records and general information regarding state human resources policies. Members of the news media please contact:

Melody Hunter-Pillion
Communications Director
919-807-4807
melody.hunterpillion@nc.gov

Report Fraud Hotline

Fraudulent activities should always be reported to your local law enforcement office. The following is additional information on how specific types of fraud complaints or cases of suspected fraud can be submitted to state agencies.

Visit the Hotline!