May a college employ the adult niece of a college employee when the employee is in a position to help decide whether the niece is to be made permanent after a probationary period?
NO. 23 NCAC 02C .0204 entitled Employment of Relatives states:A college shall not employ two or more persons concurrently who are closely related by blood or marriage in positions which would result in one person of such family relationship supervising another closely related person or having a substantial influence over employment, salary or wages, or other management or personnel actions pertaining to the close relative. “Closely related” is defined to mean mother, father, brother, sister, son, daughter, father in law, mother in law, son in law, daughter in law, sister in law, brother in law, grandmother, grandfather, grandson, granddaughter, uncle, aunt, nephew, niece, husband, wife, step parent, step child, step brother, step sister, guardian or ward. With respect to the concurrent service of closely related persons within the same academic department or other comparable college subdivision of employment, neither relative shall be permitted, either individually or as a member of a
- May a college employ the adult niece of a college employee when the employee is in a position to help decide whether the niece is to be made permanent after a probationary period?
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