Policies: Employment & Records

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.

This policy defines employment requirements and summarizes eligibility for benefits for the different types of employee appointments and defines career state employee status.

This policy defines the different types of creditable services in NC State Government.

This policy defines dual employment and how to administer a dual employment work arrangement.

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

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

This policy provides guidelines for requesting and approving the interchange of government employees between state and federal government entities.

The Limitation of Political Activity Policy provides guidelines for employees related to political activity in compliance with Article 5 of G.S. 126.

In compliance with Article 7, of G.S. 126, this policy prescribes the basic provision for maintenance and use of state employee personnel records, with the Human Resources Commission establishing rules and regulations for the safekeeping of such records.

This policy has been merged with "Types of Appointments" and renamed to "Appointment Types and Career Status".

The employment responsibilities to the State are primary for any employee working full-time; any other employment with a non-State government employer in which that person chooses to engage is secondary. The policy requires an employee to have approval from the agency head before engaging in any secondary employment. The purpose of this approval procedure is to determine that the secondary employment does not have an adverse effect on the primary employment and does not create a conflict of interest.

This policy is established as a pilot program to provide agencies the flexibility to offer work options at alternate work locations in order to promote general work efficiencies.

This policy outlines agency responsibilities for developing variable work options for state employees in order to increase productivity in state services, benefit employee morale, and expand job opportunities.

This policy defines the standards workweek schedule for State agencies and universities and outlines exceptions to the standard work schedule.