SHRA Employee Relations Policies
Below are summaries of the policies that apply to SHRA employee relations at UNC-Chapel Hill. Click on “Go to Policy” to read the full policy statement for each subject.
All University employees are covered individuals under the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Policy on ADA Reasonable Accommodations for Employees, Applicants and Visitors. Additionally, applicants for employment are covered while they are participating in the application process. Visitors to campus or those participating in University sponsored events are also covered.
Disciplinary Action Policy
Learn more: Dispute Resolution & Grievances
Go to Policy on Facilitated Conversations
Go to Policy on Illegal Drugs
Go to Policy: Improper Relationships between Students & Employees
Go to Policy: Legal Defense
Go to Policy: Limitations on Political Activity
Go to No Smoking Policy
The Policy on Prohibited Sexual Harassment under Title IX is grounded in Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 and its implementing regulations. Allegations of Sexual Harassment, including Sexual Assault, as well as Interpersonal Violence and Stalking not meeting the definitions of this Policy will be addressed the University’s Policy on Prohibited Discrimination, Harassment and Related Misconduct.
Go to Policy on Prohibited Discrimination, Harassment and Related Misconduct Including Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment, Sexual Violence, Interpersonal Violence and Stalking
Further, it is the policy of the State of North Carolina that employees be free of intimidation or harassment when reporting to public bodies about matters of public concern, including offering testimony to or testifying before appropriate legislative panels.
Go to Policy: Protection for Reporting Improper Government Activities (Whistleblower Protection)
Go to Policy: Reporting of Criminal Convictions for Currently Employed Faculty and Staff
Learn more about how the University addresses workplace violence