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.

It is the intent of the State Human Resources Commission in establishing this policy to provide for State employees and State government management a fair, clear and useful tool for correcting and improving performance problems, as well as to provide a process to assist management in handling cases of unacceptable personal conduct.

This policy provides guidance outlining when a state agency or university may or may not enter into employment contracts with employees.

NOTE: On March 20, the Dept. of Homeland Securit and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced flexibility in complying with requirements related to Form I-9 due to COVID-19.

This policy outlines what conditions must be met prior to a state agency or university making an employment offer.

It is the policy of the State of North Carolina that veterans, spouses of disable veterans, and surviving spouses of deceased veterans are all granted preference in employment with every state department, agency, and institution.

The EEO Policy outlines provisions for the EEODF Training which is required by G.S. 126 for all supervisors and managers hired, promoted, or appointed on or after July 1, 1991.

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