Press Releases

The 2018 Wellness & Safety Expo provides state government employees and retirees with free health screenings, cooking demonstrations from celebrity chefs, and opportunities to learn life-saving skills.

The State Human Resources Commission will hold a regular meeting at 9 a.m. Thursday, June 7, at the Learning Development Center of the Office of State Human Resources, 101 W. Peace St., Raleigh.

*Update: The UNC System is not participating in the Statewide Compensation Project so its workforce will not be contacted about the status of job classification or title.*

Seventeen state employees with 45 years or more of public service will be honored with the Richard Caswell Award at 2 p.m. today in the North Carolina Museum of History.

Governor Roy Cooper presented 12 state employees with the Governor’s Awards for Excellence today during a ceremony in the NC Museum of History. The recipients of the prestigious award were selected from 115 nominations.

After 16 months of intensive training, 51 professionals, most of them state government employees, graduated from the NC Certified Public Manager® Program (CPM).

First Lady Kristin Cooper, state leaders and other dignitaries, honored 15 state employees who have served North Carolina for 45 years or more during a ceremony at the North Carolina Museum of History.

Cooper has appointed Barbara Gibson to direct the Office of State Human Resources to work on behalf of the state’s thousands of employees. Gibson is one of the longest serving state personnel directors and has led the NC Department of Justice Human Resources Department for 16 years. 

Office of State Human Resources (OSHR) Interim Director Paula Woodhouse toured the Tarheel ChalleNGe Academy (TCA) in Salemburg and New London earlier this week.

“The students need our help and we want to assist them in getting back on their feet as quickly as possible,” said Paula Woodhouse, OSHR’s interim director. “So we teamed up with the commission to collect essential school supplies. I was impressed with the amount of donation we received; it shows how supportive state employees are toward their fellow North Carolinians.”