UNC System Office Employee Relations Resources
This section provides a variety of resources and employment information for UNC System Office staff.
Performance Management Resources
WHAT’S NEW FOR 2021:
- The UNC System Office is moving performance management online! We will be complete the 2020-21 performance cycle on paper, then launch the 2021-22 cycle online. More information will be available on the new program in May!
- SHRA cycle ends March 31 (2020-21 cycle began July 1, 2020)
- 2020-21 annual appraisals due June 30, 2021
- 2021-22 performance plans due June 30, 2021
- EHRA cycle ends June 30
- 2020-21 annual appraisals due August 31, 2021
- 2021-22 performance plans due August 31, 2021
WHO NEEDS AN ANNUAL APPRAISAL?
- SHRA employees who are employed as of March 31, 2021, and have been a state employee for at least six months (since Oct. 1, 2020, or earlier) in one or more permanent positions.
- EHRA employees who are employed as of June 30 and have been a state employee for at least six months (since Jan. 1, 2021 or earlier) in one or more permanent positions.
- Contact System Office HR Employee Relations for assistance with employees who have transferred within 60 days of the end of the performance cycle or who separate after the end of the performance cycle.
- Supervisors who need assistance with locating current performance plans for their staff should contact System Office HR Employee Relations
TALENT@SYSTEM OFFICE TRAINING
- SHRA Performance Appraisal Policy
- EHRA Performance Appraisal Regulation (300.2.18[R] Regulations on Annual Performance Appraisals for Staff Exempt from the North Carolina Human Resources Act [ERHA Non-Faculty])
FORMS AND RESOURCES
- Overview of Performance Management Policy (1-page)
- 3-Point Rating Scale (detailed description)
- Guide to Institutional Goals (detailed descriptions)
- Guide to Writing Individual Goals
- Sample Individual Goals and Supervisor Appraisal Comments
- PM Ratings Calculator
- Performance Management Resources (combined file)
SHRA Disciplinary Process
Grievance Policies & Forms
Reporting Concerns and Issues
The University of North Carolina System is committed to institutional integrity and compliance. The System Office has designated offices, employees and resources to help ensure that these commitments are fulfilled and to respond to complaints and concerns.