Current employees

If an employee is injured on the job, it is the supervisor’s responsibility to ensure that the employee receives prompt treatment of the injury by obtaining first aid or medical treatment. If the treatment requires more than first aid, please accompany your employee to the University Employee Occupational Health Clinic

Supervisors are required to complete the following forms within 24 hours of the incident and send to Debra Bergman at or fax (919) 962-0227:


Every UNC manager is designated as a Responsible Employee. If supervisors become aware of any incidents of discrimination, harassment or retaliation based on any protected status, sexual assault, exploitation, interpersonal violence or stalking, they must report it to the Equal Opportunity and Compliance Office.

The Equal Opportunity and Compliance Office (EOC) is the University’s central office for addressing issues related to discrimination and harassment, as well as compliance with relevant education and employment laws and regulations.

The University Ombuds Office serves as a resource and safe space for staff, faculty, administrators and students to discuss any concerns, issues, problems or disputes they may be facing.

The Employee Assistance Program is offered to all permanent UNC-Chapel Hill employees and their dependents who may be facing a variety of stress or anxiety inducing issues, such as financial pressures, workplace stress or problems at home. Trained counselors are available by phone 24/7, and online resources are also available.