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If accessing links from a PUBLIC COMPUTER please read the Microsoft safety tips below.

BHS - Employee Assistance Provider COVID-19 Resources

Employee Portal Access:

  • portal.bhsonline.com
    • All employees have the same login username, Randolph County
    • At the top of the BHS webpage, Select/click Resource Library
    • There is a red News Alert bar example
      Click the bar and it will lead to the most up to date COVID-19 information and resources.
    • The topics include general information and facts, mental health, how to work from home with children, etc.
    • Included is a special webinar by Dr. Ellen Contente – COVID-19: Facts You Need to Know

COVID-19 Guides & Resource Links:

• COVID-19: Guide for Employees (for employees who may be experiencing a disruption to employment)

• COVID-19: Guide for Supervisors (for supervisors who need support while dealing with disruptions to employment of their team members)

• COVID-19: Managing Anxiety While Working Remotely
• COVID-19: Working at Home with Kids

• How to Cope with Discrimination

Social Media:

  • For more up to date BHS information please follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn
  • Starting today BHS employees will be sharing ideas, thoughts, and information on COVID-19. We are in this together!

Biometric Screening

Annual Preventive Wellness Examination Form

Biometric Screening Schedule Deadlines

Biometric Screening Standards

Frequently Asked Questions

Steps to Earning Wellness Reward


Childcare Subsidy for Essential Workers

Check this website for information on child care subsidy, to see if you qualify, and to complete an application.  The criteria to determine if you fall 300 percent below the poverty line is based on several factors, such as location, number of children, salary, etc…


Cigna - COVID-19 Resource Center

Our Medical Insurance Provider Cigna has created a a COVID-19 resource page help during this time of uncertainty. 

Visit here https://www.cigna.com/coronavirus/?Lead_Key_ID=211962536824.

Managing Anxiety: Coronavirus Fears & Concerns

Employee Timesheets

The following timesheets are in excel format. You will need to right click the timesheet you need and chose save as. 

Exempt Disaster Pay No Calculation

Exempt Timesheet auto calculating - Majority of exempt employees

Exempt-Non Exempt no calculation - Used for full time employees working 75-99%, Shift Employees can use also

Non Exempt Timesheet auto calculating - Majority of Non Exempt employees

Part Time Full Time Hourly Timesheet - used for employees working less than 30 hours or 30 plus hours with no benefits


Hope4NC and Hope4Healers Mental Health Hotlines

New Mental Health Supports for All North Carolinians, Including Health Care Workers and Their Families 
Read the press release -  https://www.ncdhhs.gov/news/press-releases/new-mental-health-supports-all-north-carolinians-including-health-care-workers

  • What is Hope4NC?
    • Hope4NC Helpline (1.855.587.3463) connects North Carolinians to additional mental health and resilience supports that help them cope and build resilience during times of crisis. It was previously a service available to Hurricane-impacted counties, but now it is being made available to everyone in North Carolina’s 100 counties during the COVID-19 crisis.
    • This is done in partnership with all seven LME/MCOs. It is available 24/7/365.
  • What is Hope4Healers?
    • Hope4Healers Helpline (919-226.2002) is a new initiative in partnership with the North Carolina Psychological Foundation. It provides mental health and resilience supports for health care professionals, emergency medical specialists, first responders, other staff who work in health care settings and their families – and now childcare workers - throughout the state who are experiencing stress from being on the front lines of the state’s COVID-19 response. Hope4Healers is staffed by licensed behavioral health specialists who are volunteers.
    • Hope4Healers is also available 24 hours per day, seven days a week for people to reach out for support; they will be contacted quickly by a licensed mental health professional for follow-up.

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Microsoft Online Safety Tips

Safety tips for using a public computer - from Microsoft.com

Public computers in libraries, Internet cafes, airports, and copy shops can be safe if you follow a few simple rules when you use them.

Read these tips to help keep your work, personal, or financial information private.

  1. Don't save your logon information
    Always log out of websites by clicking "log out" on the site. It's not enough to simply close the browser window or type in another address.
    Many programs (especially social networking websites, web mail, and instant messenger programs) include automatic login features that will save your user name and password. Disable this option so no one can log in as you.
  2. Don't leave the computer unattended with sensitive information on the screen
    If you have to leave the public computer, log out of all programs and close all windows that might display sensitive information.

  3. Erase your tracks 
    Internet Explorer offers InPrivate browsing that leaves no trace of specific web activity. For more information, see Microsoft Internet Explorer 11 help.

    Internet Explorer also keeps a record of your passwords and every page you visit, even after you've closed them and logged out.

    Disable the feature that stores passwords
    Before you go to the web, turn off the Internet Explorer feature that "remembers" your passwords.
    1. In Internet Explorer, click Tools , and then click Internet Options.
    2. Click the Content tab, and then click Settings, next to AutoComplete.
    3. Click to clear the check box for User names on passwords and forms
  4. Watch for over-the-shoulder snoops 
    When you use a public computer, be on the look out for thieves who look over your shoulder or watch as you enter sensitive passwords to collect your information. 
  5. Don't enter sensitive information into a public computer 
    These measures provide some protection against casual hackers who use a public computer after you have. 

    But keep in mind that an industrious thief might have installed sophisticated software on the public computer that records every keystroke and then emails that information back to the thief. 

    Then it doesn't matter if you haven't saved your information or if you've erased your tracks. They still have access to this information. 

    If you really want to be safe, avoid typing your credit card number or any other financial or otherwise sensitive information into any public computer.


Please visit - https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/digital-skills/online-safety-resources for safety resources.

Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) Program

We are excited to share that North Carolina just received approval for the Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT) program to help more families purchase food during the COVID-19 pandemic. The P-EBT program provides a benefit on an EBT card to North Carolina families whose children have access to free and reduced lunch at school.

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) is working to operationalize the program and P-EBT recipients will receive this benefit in coming weeks. More than 800,000 children are expected to receive help buying food through the P-EBT program.

Families will not need to apply for the P-EBT program. P-EBT eligible families already receiving Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) benefits will receive an additional benefit on their existing EBT card. P-EBT eligible families not already enrolled in FNS will be mailed a new EBT card in the next few weeks. Families who receive a new EBT card will receive a letter from DHHS in the mail explaining how to activate and use their card.

NCDHHS, working in collaboration with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, requested activation of the P-EBT program for North Carolina families to use during school closures. This request was approved earlier today by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). 

Prudential Retirement - 401K | 457

Kelly Martindale, our Prudential Retirement representative is available for virtual consultation -  Click here to schedule a time

Phone:  919.280.2461
email  kelly.martindale@prudential.com



Staying Safe Online

STOP. THINK. CONNECT.™ is the global online safety awareness campaign to help all digital citizens stay safer and more secure online. The message was created by an unprecedented coalition of private companies, non-profits and government organizations with leadership provided by the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) and the APWG. The campaign was launched in October of 2010 by the STOP. THINK. CONNECT. Messaging Convention in partnership with the U.S. government, including the White House. NCSA, in partnership with the APWG, continue to lead the campaign. The Department of Homeland Security leads the federal engagement in the campaign.

Visit StopThinkConnect Website ~ http://stopthinkconnect.org/


Coronavirus Advice for Consumers from the Federal Trade Commission

Stay Safe Online - National Cybersecurity Alliance

Security Tips for Remote Users - National Security Council

Keep Calm and Avoid Coronavirus Scams