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Below are summaries of the policies that apply to the Terms and Conditions of Employment for EHRA Non-Faculty employees at UNC-Chapel Hill. Click on “Go to Policy” to read full policy statements.

Both the EHRA Non-Faculty New Hire Package for Permanent Employees and the EHRA Non-Faculty New Hire Package for Temporary Employees can be found in the Manager Toolkit.

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These Policies govern appointment of Tier I Senior Academic and Administrative Officer employees at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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These Policies govern appointment of EHRA Non-Faculty Instructional, Research and Information Technology Staff, and Tier II Senior Academic and Administrative Officers of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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The University recognizes that its employees may be searching for ways to achieve better work/life balance, reduce commuting costs or address other issues that affect their ability to work onsite at University facilities or work traditional work schedules. As such, University managers have the ability to utilize flexible work arrangements to meet departmental needs while at the same time providing enhanced flexibility to employees.
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The University’s background check process is intended to identify the presence of any such circumstances and to provide a basis for making good-faith and sound determinations as to whether such matters rise to the level barring appointment. A background check must be satisfactorily completed prior to employment or appointment.
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UNC-Chapel Hill recognizes the significant benefits that derive from the use of unpaid volunteers, interns, and visiting scholars in support of the University’s mission of teaching, research, and public service as well as the importance of safely and appropriately engaging these individuals.
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University Policies apply throughout the University and inform someone outside the issuing unit of rights and responsibilities, or regulates the actions of the unit as it interacts with other units on campus.
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