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UNCG's Adverse Weather Plan is as easy as 1, 2, 3! During an adverse weather event the University may notify students and employees that it is under any 1 of 3 adverse weather plans. These plans help employees and students understand whether or not the university is open, and how employees should record their time for that day. Please use the information below to understand the University's 3 adverse weather plans.


Reduced Operations


Offices Open or Delayed Opening


Mandatory Staff report per regular schedule.


Non-mandatory Staff report per regular schedule or use compensatory time/annual leave/bonus leave or leave without pay.


Non-mandatory Staff may have 90 days to make up time missed with supervisory approval.

Suspended Operations


Offices Closed


Mandatory Staff report per regular schedule.


Non-mandatory Staff do not report to campus. All buildings will be locked.


Non-mandatory Staff should use annual leave/compensatory time/bonus leave or leave without pay.


Non-mandatory Staff may have 90 days to make up time missed with supervisory approval.


When a non-exempt mandatory employee is required to report to or remain at the work site during Condition 2 or 3 they shall receive hour-for-hour compensatory time.

University Closed


Offices Closed | University Closed


Mandatory Staff report per regular schedule.


Students, Faculty, and Staff shall not report to campus.


All university buildings (with exception of residence halls and dining hall) will be closed.


Employees will be placed on Administrative Leave with pay for the remainder of their regular work day.


When a non-exempt mandatory employee is required to report to or remain at the work site during Condition 2 or 3 they shall receive hour-for-hour compensatory time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How do I find out if the University is closed during periods of adverse weather?

The University’s operating status from campus communications include

  • An email, website post and, if conditions warrant, a text message from Spartan Alert. You must be signed up to receive a Spartan Alert text message http://spartanalert.uncg.edu/. Spartan Alert will send text messages about decisions to activate or deactivate Condition 2 or Condition 3.
  • Posts on the homepage, www.uncg.edu, amplified via official University social media accounts on Twitter.
  • Adverse Weather and Emergency Phone Line: (336) 334-4400. You may call this number to hear recorded announcements about campus operations.
  • Area news media websites and news reports.
  • Many University units post news about the status of their specific operations and events on http://spartanalert.uncg.edu/.

 

If I am unable to report to work, or report late to work or leave work early due to the adverse weather conditions, how do I account for time not worked?

If you are a non-mandatory employee, you must use accrued compensatory time to account for lost time from work. If you have no accrued compensatory time then you have the following options:

  • Use vacation leave
  • Use bonus leave, or
  • Take leave without pay
  • Mandatory employees are expected to report to work and/or remain at work in compliance with the agency/university’s Adverse Weather Plan.

 

Can I make up lost time from work in lieu of using compensatory time, vacation/bonus leave, or leave without pay?

Make up time is not an employee entitlement; therefore, you must have approval from your supervisor and there must be an operational need for adverse weather make up work. There is no option for make up time if you have sufficient compensatory time to cover the absence from work.

 

If I’m approved for adverse weather make up work, are there any limitations on when I can make up the time?

Your supervisor will be responsible for scheduling all make up work. The make up work should be scheduled within 90 days from the adverse weather occurrence.

 

What if I transfer to another state agency before making up approved adverse weather time?

If you transfer to another state agency before the time is made up, the time allowed for adverse weather leave will be charged to vacation or bonus leave. If there is not sufficient leave to cover the adverse weather liability, the payment for time charged to adverse weather shall be deducted from your paycheck.

 

What happens if I’m unable to make up the time within 90 days?

Adverse weather liabilities not resolved within 90 days will be automatically deducted from accrued vacation/bonus leave. If you have insufficient vacation/bonus leave to cover the liability owed for adverse weather, then the remainder of the liability will be deducted from your next paycheck.

 

What happens if I am a mandatory employee and fail to report to work during adverse weather conditions?

Your failure to report to work or remain at work during adverse weather conditions may result in disciplinary action and/or your supervisor/management may require hours missed to be charged to leave with or without pay, as appropriate.

 

If I was on an approved leave of absence during adverse weather conditions, do I still have to use my accrued leave to cover the lost time from work or can I request approval to make up the time lost?

Yes. Employees who are on prearranged vacation leave or sick leave will charge leave to the appropriate account. You cannot make up the time if you are on a prearranged vacation leave or sick leave.

 

Who should I contact regarding timesheet reporting for adverse weather?

Questions regarding timesheet coding should be sent to HR Operations at HROPS@uncg.edu.

  • January adverse weather time should be made up no later than April 28, 2018.
  • March adverse weather time should be made up no later than June 30, 2018.