The ability to participate in civic life and activities is one of the fundamental tenets of our society. Being a University employee does not mean you lose any of your constitutional rights as a citizen to participate or not participate as you desire in the political process; however, because you are a University employee you must also be aware of the limitations on participation in partisan or political activity during work time and limitations on the use of University property. This summarizes the laws and policies and is intended to be a helpful resource for University employees. Continue reading
The Organization and Professional Development team has a whole new set of growth opportunities for Carolina employees this summer. Take courses on the Americans with Disabilities Act, diversity in the workplace, coaching skills, and more! View and share the June Learning Opportunities flyer or visit the online Course Catalog to learn more.
The Office of Human Resources is redesigning its website and wants your input!
OHR is putting together panels of employees to offer feedback about organizing the new site in user-friendly and accessible ways. We’d like you to be on the next panel, this coming Wednesday, May 25, between 12:30 and 1:30pm. We’ll even buy you pizza for lunch!
The focus group will meet in the Administrative Office Building on Airport Drive, in Room 1501-C
If you’re interested in this great opportunity to help ensure that the new OHR website works well for you and your fellow employees, please reply to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, May 23.
May is Older Americans Month in North Carolina, a time to focus on “raising awareness about issues facing older Americans and helping all individuals to thrive in communities of their choice for as long as possible.” As a Carolina employee, your benefits package includes resources that can help you gain vital information about aging and elder care. Continue reading
If you’re an employee who has not yet participated in Carolina’s inclusion and diversity survey, don’t wait any longer: the survey closes on May 7. The findings from the survey will help us encourage a welcoming, diverse, and inclusive environment–and you could win an iPad mini! Continue reading