Supervisors

Resources for Supervisors

Through collaboration and consultation, the Office of Human Resources supports the UNC Asheville community in identifying and responding to its changing needs. We are committed to enhancing the contributions of all employees, making it possible to attract and retain our most valuable asset – people.

Prevention is the best tool to eliminate harassment in the workplace.  It is important for supervisors to establish, publicize, and enforce anti-harassment policies and complaint procedures.  

Online Employment System

Use the online employment system to review applications for both temporary and regular vacancies.

 

New Hire Dates

Generally, hire dates for regular positions are the first and the fifteen of the month.  However, sometimes those dates fall on a weekend or holiday, so these dates can change.

Humana Online Tools for Managers

Click on Tools for Managers to explore articles and find resources to help you in your role as a manager.  

Online access:  username: uncasheville    
                       password: uncaeap

EHRA Performance Management

FY 2017-2018 EHRA Evaluation Process

A system-wide EHRA Annual Performance Appraisal Regulation was approved for the University of North Carolina institutions last summer for implementation in the 2017-2018 fiscal year.  The policy requires an annual performance appraisal for EHRA Non-Faculty (staff) in permanent positions, and requires assigning an overall rating that represents the supervisor's assessment of the employee's performance during the cycle.

The performance evaluation cycle for EHRA staff ends on June 30, and performance evaluations are due to the division Senior Staff members (Vice Chancellor, Provost, Athletic Director) by August 15.

Information sessions on the new process and form are scheduled for early June. 

Forms:

EHRA Evaluation Instructions

EHRA Evaluation Form

 


 

SHRA Performance Management

SHRA Performance Management

The UNC System's SHRA Performance Appraisal Program aligns perfomance management practices amongst the University of North Carolina System institutions.  The program places emphasis on both institutional goals and individual goals, standardizes the categories for evaluation, and promotes effective communication between employees and supervisors.

Highlights of the UNC Performance Program for SHRA Staff

  • Regular performance conversations to promote engagement and retention of our employees
  • A synchronized process to clearly align and connect employees with goals and deliverable outcomes
  • A contemporary design that includes both individual and institutional goals
  • A standardized 3-point rating scale – Exceeds Expectations, Meets Expectations, Does Not Meet  Expectations
  • Annual performance evaluation period is from April 1 - March 31.

Guiding Policies and Links

Hiring Temporary Staff