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Employee Forum Agenda — December 6, 2006

9:00 a.m.—the Forum’s annual portrait to be taken on the steps of Wilson Library

9:15 a.m.—Meeting: Wilson Library Lobby Pleasants Family Assembly Room

I.            Call to Order

II.           Welcome Guests & Members of the Press

III.         Opening Remarks

IV.      Presentation of Certificates to Outgoing Delegates

V.          Human Resources Update—Laurie Charest

VI.         Stretch Time

VII.       Minutes

VIII.       Old Business

  • Forum Officer Elections
    • Decision on Voting Procedures (Under the Open Meetings Law, the Forum must either elect its officers via a signed written ballot or via a “stand and be counted” public vote.)
    • Chair:  Ernie Patterson
    • Vice Chair:  David Brannigan
    • Secretary:  Brenda Denzler
    • Treasurer: Qun He, Jane Majors
  • Resolution 06-09 Concerning Use of Staff Development Fund to pay for work-related conference and workshop registration fees (Second Reading)
  • Resolution 06-10 Concerning Renewal of the Chapel Hill Chapter of the American Association of University Professors (Second Reading)
  • Committee Annual Reports Due January 10

IX.         New Business

X.           Employee Presentations or Questions

XI.         Forum Committee Reports

  • Communications and Public Relations:
    • Forum Newsletter
  • Community Affairs, Recognition, Awards and Outreach:
    • Peer Recognition Awards
  • Compensation and Wages:  Alan Moran
  • Education and Career Development: Chuck Brink  (minutes)
  • Health Benefits:
  • Legislative Action:  Camilla Crampton
  • Membership and Assignments:
  • Staff Relations, Policies and Practices: David Brannigan

XII.        Chair’s Report (Executive Committee):  Ernie Patterson

XIII.       Task Force/University Committee Reports

  • Board of Trustees Finance Committee—Ernie Patterson
  • University Priorities and Budget Advisory Committee—Ernie Patterson
  • UNC System Staff Assembly Executive Committee—Chuck Brink

XIV.       Announcements/Questions

XV.        “Go Around the Room”:  A Chance for Attendees to Share the Issue Most on their Minds

XVI.       Adjournment


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