The Academic Assistance Policy provides guidelines for when and how academic assistance should be utilized, reimbursement and associated leave.

This policy requires the state to provide education and training on work practices and procedures to ensure that employees who are exposed to or have HIV infection are provided with confidential, fair, and equal treatment.

Guide for employees to understand worksite preparations for their safety and well-being, and how to request information relevant to their situation.

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.

Mediation is the process where parties involved in a dispute use the assistance of a mediator, serving as a neutral third party, to attempt to reach a mutually acceptable resolution. This document outlines the terms of such an arrangement.

This program is intended to minimize the occurrence of animals on state property and in state buildings, where their presence or the animals themselves may cause health hazards or other concerns to employees and the public.

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