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  • Rosalina, I stand corrected, and per the advice of others on this discussion board, you would indeed need to pay the exempt employee for any week where he has worked. I have heard a colleague change the status for employees who are on long term jury duty, but in investigating this further, as others have advised, this is not prudent. Personally,...

  • The rule for us, we keep ee's strictly under 28 hours for PT and strictly above 35 hours for FT. This is to make the 130 hours variable hours per month calculation unnecessary. Thanks so much for your insight. ------------------------------ Erin Thornton PHR Spokane WA ------------------------------

  • I would still classify them as seasonal as long as they will work far less then 30 hours (clearly part-time) when school starts - their full-time position was seasonal, they continue as part-time. What is your look-back period? We do 6 month look-back period to assess full-time vs part-time, then if they are deemed full-time that starts their 90...

  • Misty- A few may reduce their hours to PT when school resumes, but my predicament is the timing of everything. If they are still working FT the last week of August, and based on hiring they have a Sept 1 enrollment- my concern is the language in the ACA- that you must base the eligibility offer as to what the ee situation was the day preceding...

  • It sounds like your student workers are truly seasonal, so they would be exempt from the requirement. ------------------------------ Misty Willard SPHR Human Resources Manager EE&G Management Services Miami Lakes FL ------------------------------

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