Brenda Malone, Carolina’s vice chancellor for human resources, has been named vice president for human resources at Georgetown University and will leave Carolina at the end of the year. Chancellor Carol Folt announced last week that Matthew S. Brody, associate vice chancellor for human resources, will provide leadership and oversight to the Office of Human Resources as part of his current role until permanent leadership is named. Continue reading
In the event of an urgent situation on campus – such as an individual falling severely and suddenly ill, or even a widespread emergency situation that affects many people – it is vital that the University have a way to contact those individuals designated by employees as their primary points of contact. Currently, many departments collect this information for faculty and staff, but best emergency response practices have shown that a central storage and access point – with appropriate controls – is essential. Continue reading
The North Carolina Department of Revenue (NCDOR) recently issued revised state tax withholding forms for the 2014 calendar year and instructed employers to obtain new state tax withholding data for all employees. Continue reading
UNC Student Stores, in partnership with the Office of Human Resources and Payroll Services, is proud to offer full-time, permanent UNC employees a payroll deduction program for the purchase of computers, tablets and accessories from the RAM Shop. The UNC Employee Computer Purchase (UNC-ECP) Plan offers employees an opportunity to purchase eligible items from the RAM Shop through one initial down payment and an interest-free payroll deduction loan spread over six months. Click here for more information.
The Office of Human Resources is sponsoring a Toys for Tots Drive now through Friday, Dec. 13. We are collecting new, unwrapped toys for infants through children age 12. There is a special need for toys for children ages 0-2 and children ages 10-12. (Please note that Toys for Tots will not accept realistic looking weapons, toys with candy, used toys or toys containing any chemicals.) All of the toys will stay in Orange County. Continue reading