Grievance (SHRA) Policy 615
|Policy 615||Approved: May 1, 2014|
|UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
Grievance (SHRA) Policy
|Source of Authority:||N.C.G.S. § 126, Art. 8;
Office of State Personnel Manual § 7
|Revision Authority:||Board of Trustees|
|History:||First Issued: February 17, 2011
Revised: May 1, 2014
|Related Policies:|| N.C.G.S. § 126, Art. 8;
Employee Appeals & Grievances, OSP Manual § 7, pp. 26-35;
Grievance (SAAO-II & Other EHRA Employees) Policy 614
Title IX Policy 121
Human Resources Department
|Effective Date:||May 1, 2014|
The University of North Carolina School of the Arts (“UNCSA”) encourages employees to bring forward concerns about work related issues in a constructive and orderly way. Employees should actively seek resolution of grievances within their work units by initiating discussions of their concerns with their immediate supervisors within reasonable time frames. Should direct communication between an employee and the supervisor not produce a resolution of an employee’s concerns, the employee has available a formal grievance procedure designed to provide a fair review of the matter and to stimulate recommendations for the resolution of the grievance.
This policy covers all “Career State Employees” employed by UNCSA. This policy also covers former employees in this category who bring forward a grievance based on an event which occurred during employment if it is brought within a reasonable time after that event, normally no longer than thirty days after the incident(s) leading to the grievance. Furthermore, this policy covers non-career State employees and applicants for SHRA positions.
Follow this link to view the SHRA Grievance policy through the Office of State Human Resources (OSHR):
IV. Revision History
A. February 17, 2011 – Adopted by Board of Trustees as part of UNCSA Policy Manual
B. March 5, 2012 – Technical revisions (replaced preferences to the State Personnel Commission with references to the Office of Administrative Hearings to comply with N.C.G.S. § 150B-34 as revised by 2011 SB 781) and added specific mentions of protected classes.
C. May 1, 2014 – Link directly to the new SHRA Grievance Policy through the Office of State Human Resources.