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Part-Time Employees
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Employers hire part-time employees for numerous reasons ranging from attracting skilled workers who can't or won't work full-time and accommodating the needs of a disabled worker to cost cutting. There is no legal definition of part-time, but there are numerous legal requirements that impact part-time employees, including benefit requirements set by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).
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98645faqs.aspxPart-Time EmployeesQuestions & Answers Can we reclassify an executive employee who wants to work fewer hours on an as-needed basis as non-exempt, then pay hourly? 09/22/2015National
95439faqs.aspxPart-Time EmployeesQuestions & Answers We have full time drivers making $9/hr with benefits and would also like to offer part-time shifts at $11/hr without benefits. What issues may arise? 05/28/2014National
92722faqs.aspxPart-Time EmployeesQuestions & Answers -- Type Question Here --Can a part time employee working 32 hour a week be an exempt employee with no overtime to be paid. Example: If they work 34 hours in a week do we have to pay them the extra 2 hours at a regular rate? 11/29/2012National
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