Policies: Discipline, Appeals & Grievances

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.

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.

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.

Several G.S. 126 contested cases are still active in the Office of Adminstrative Hearings. This policy applies to only those active cases filed prior to June 25, 2011.

This policy governs the review of employee grievance by state agencies and the Office of State Human Resources and the availability of remedies for those grievances. This policy applies to employees filing grievances on or after August 21, 2013.

This policy governs the review by the State Human Resources Commission of employee grievance contested cases and the availability of remedies in such cases.