The EEO/AA Office is dedicated to upholding policies and principles relative to equal employment opportunity and assisting North Carolina Central University with providing optimal employment and educational experiences for the campus. The office is also charged with the responsibility of ensuring the University is trained regarding applicable EEO policies and procedures. The office seeks to achieve this endeavor by also providing support for the campus community with developmental and outreach resources, including orientation for all new employees, internal trainings and workshops for all levels of University faculty and staff, and online training modules that reinforce the principles of non-discrimination and diversity. Program objectives are established through the Equal Employment Opportunity Plan and program.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Equal Employment Opportunity Plan
What Is the Plan?
The Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) plan is a comprehensive document that analyzes the University’s relevant labor market data, as well as the University’s employment practices, to identify possible barriers to the participation of women and minorities in all levels of the University’s workforce.
Why Is It Important?
EEO practices are important for both employees and employers. On an individual basis, EEO accomplishes many things. First, EEO helps establish a baseline for acceptable behavior, which is important considering the vast array of lifestyles, values, and attitudes individuals have.
Laws and the Legal Side of Hiring
Americans with Disabilities Act
Reasonable Accommodation Policy (OSHR Policy)
It is the policy of the State of North Carolina and NCCU to reasonably accommodate qualified individuals with disabilities unless the accommodation would impose an undue hardship.
The EEO/AA Medical Release Authorization and Documentation of Disability Package is required to initiate a request for a reasonable accommodation.
EHRA and SHRA Hiring Process Overview
Office of Employee Relations & Affirmative Action New Employee Orientation Presentation
EEO Requirements and Guidelines for the EHRA Search Processes
- Commitment to equal employment opportunity
- EEO requirements and guidelines for EHRA search processes
- Documenting the search
- EEO hiring tips
- EEO compliance report checklist
Equal Opportunity, Diversity, and Inclusion
Equal opportunity and a commitment to an inclusive and diverse community are vital to the achievement of the University’s missions in teaching, research, and public service. The links below provide System-wide and institutional resources in these critical areas.
View a list of equal opportunity, diversity, and inclusion contacts and websites at each of our constituent institutions.
- Policy on Equality of Opportunity in the University (see Section 103)
- SHRA Equal Opportunity policies:
- Policy on Diversity and Inclusion in the University (under development as of March 2019)
- Regulation on Diversity and Inclusion in the University (under development as of March 2019)
Reports and Studies
- University of North Carolina Equal Opportunity and Diversity and Inclusion Study
- Committee on Personnel and Tenure Subcommittee on Equal Opportunity, Diversity, and Inclusion Report of Findings and Recommendations to the Board of Governors
- Diversity and Inclusion: Initial Review of Evidence from Research and the Private Sector
For equal opportunity, diversity, and inclusion information for the UNC System Office, contact Chris Chiron, Associate Vice President for Employee Relations and Equal Opportunity Officer.
Labor Posters List
The following documents are provided as a convenience for constituent institutions by UNC General Administration. Please refer to the applicable state and federal websites for specific compliance requirements. The most recent revision dates of posters are provided on each document.
- Wage and Hour Notice to Employees
OSH Notice to Employees (Page 2 of Wage and Hour Notice to Employees)
- Equal Employment Opportunity Is the Law
Equal Employment Opportunity Is the Law” (Supplement)
Employee Rights under the Fair Labor Standards Act (Public employer version; includes last 2009 minimum wage increase)
Employee Rights on Government Contracts (Service Contract Act/Walsh-Healey Act)
Contact Equal Employment Opportunity
Director of Employee Relations and Affirmative Action Officer
Location: Hubbard-Totton Building, Room 2
Human Resources Consultant
Location: Hubbard-Totton Building, Room 308A