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AOC Employees In Wake County -- Catastrophic Conditions

Whenever the Chief Justice determines that catastrophic conditions prevail in Wake County, the Administrative Officer of the Courts will make every effort to give notice as provided above while those conditions prevail. The Chief Justice may make a determination that catastrophic conditions have occurred after those conditions cease to exist.

During Catastrophic Conditions:

All AOC offices are closed to the public.

Non-Essential: Employees who have not been deemed as essential by the AOC should not report to their workstation, and need not make up missed time or take available leave.

Essential: Employees who have been deemed as essential by the AOC should adhere to the essential employee policy below. Non-exempt essential employees that report to their workstation will receive premium pay for every hour worked during a catastrophic event in addition to any other compensation they would be entitled to under the holiday, shift and overtime policies. Exempt essential employees that report to their workstation may receive premium pay for every hour worked during a catastrophic event at the discretion of their hiring authority.

 
 
 
   
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