Classifications of Employment

Full-Time Regular

Full-time regular employees are hired to work 40 hours per week on a regular basis. Such employees may be exempt or nonexempt as defined below. Full-time regular employees are eligible for insurance and other benefits including time-off benefits, as described in this Handbook.

Part-Time Regular with Benefits

Part-time regular employees are hired to work between 24 and 39 hours per week on a regular basis. Such employees may be exempt or nonexempt as defined below. Part-time regular employees are eligible for insurance and other benefits including time-off (on a pro-rata basis) benefits, as described in this Handbook.

Part-Time Regular without Benefits

Part-time regular employees without benefits are hired to work less than 24 hours per week on a regular basis. Such employees may be exempt or nonexempt as defined below. Part-time regular employees are not eligible for insurance and other benefits including time-off benefits.

Temporary

Temporary employees are hired to complete a specific project within a limited period of time (generally no more than 6 months) with the understanding that this employment will be terminated upon completion of the assignment. Temporary employees are not eligible for insurance and other benefits including time-off benefits.

Substitute

Substitute employees are hired to work on a substitute basis, as needed, because of the absence of a regular employee. Hours of work may vary each week. Substitute employees are not eligible for insurance and other benefits including time-off benefits.