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COVID-19: FAQs for Faculty and Staff

March 23, 2020

…se who do not regularly use TIM, will need to enter Administrative Absence time in TIM. SHRA non-exempt permanent and temporary employees will be able to select the “administrative absence” pay code and enter hours in their timecards on qualifying dates from March 16 to present . SHRA student employees will need to work with their manager or TIM administrator who will need to enter “administrative absence” hours for them. Non-student temporary emp…

COVID-19 Leave Information

July 24, 2020

…has exhausted their FFCRA leave benefits, accrued leave, and accrued paid time off (comp time, etc.). In those limited circumstances, employees who have exhausted all accrued leave will receive COVID-19 paid administrative leave or “AA – EPSL 1-3 Exhaust” at 100% of their pay, cumulative up to 160 hours through Dec. 31, 2020. Please contact OHR Benefits and Leave Administration to determine whether you are eligible for “AA – EPSL 1-3 Exhaust” lea…

COVID-19 Shared Leave Program

August 31, 2020

…e: Be employed with UNC-CH for at least 30 days. Be in a full-time or part-time (half-time or more) permanent, probationary, or time-limited role, in a leave-earning position at 0.5 FTE or greater. Be in a position that is not fully furloughed. Employees must need leave for one of the COVID-19 qualifying reasons above and exhaust all accrued leave and available paid time off, including vacation, sick, bonus leave, compensatory time, COVID-19 Paid…

New Paid Parental Leave Benefit

January 13, 2020

…nt is an eligible university employee. Eligible University Employee A full-time, part-time (working at least 20 hours per week) permanent, probationary or time-limited SHRA and EHRA Non-Faculty employee who has been continuously employed by the State of North Carolina for the immediate twelve preceding months and has been in pay status for at least 1,040 hours in the previous 12-month period. Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA) The FMLA is a federal…

COVID-19 Resources for Managers and Supervisors

August 17, 2020

…ugh to work, the supervisor could allow the employee to work remotely full-time or part-time. What if an employee has recently traveled to a COVID-19 hotspot? Can I instruct them to self-quarantine for a period of time before returning to work? Faculty and staff who have not been advised by their supervisor to return to work should plan to continue teleworking until further notice. Only those employees who have been directed by their management to…

Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)

April 29, 2020

…Paid Sick Leave (EPSL) Eligibility All types of University employees (full-time, part-time, and temporary, including student employees) are eligible for the immediate use of paid EPSL for qualifying reasons. There is no length of service requirement for this benefit. However, EPSL is available only through Dec. 31, 2020. Leave Benefit EPSL provides up to 80 hours (prorated for part-time) of paid leave to eligible employees for the following reason…

Hiring Temporary Employees

January 6, 2017

…asis. Supervisor approval is required if the employee will be paid as work time or take time off to attend a training class. Permanent employees receive priority status in enrollment. Contact Organization & Professional Development at training_development@unc.edu or 919-962-2550 for more information. Termination Temporary SHRA employees may be terminated at any time without prior notice or additional compensation. In addition, they are not eligibl…

Community Service Leave (CSL) Expansion 2020

September 29, 2020

…s approved, work with your TIM Administrator to enter the CSL hours in the Time Information Management (TIM) System using the correct CSL pay code. For Expanded CSL for Election Poll Working , the employee should p rovide proof of time worked at the polls to their supervisor. The supervisor will need to email the employee’s proof of time worked at the polls to the employee’s TIM Administrator and the Benefits & Leave Administration Unit in the Off…

Wage Hour Definitions

March 7, 2017

…hours with an eight-hour daily work schedule (excluding meal period). Work Time All time during which an employee is “required, suffered or permitted” to work is considered hours worked (work time). Ordinarily, all hours from the beginning to the end of the work day are considered work time, except for periods when the employee is relieved of all duties for meal periods or other absences accounted for by approved leave. Break Periods Break periods…