Part-time employment definition

Part-time employment means any employment or combination of one or more employments in a civil division in which an individual works fifty percent or less of the time prescribed as the standard work week by the governing body or other appropriate authority of the civil division or where the employee earns not more than one-half (1/2) of the rate assigned to the position if the position has been allocated to a graded salary schedule.
Part-time employment means employment less than 20 hours per week.
Part-time employment means regular and continuing employment of less than 38 hours per week.

More Definitions of Part-time employment

Part-time employment means any employment or a combination of one or more employments in a civil division in which an individual works less than fifty percent of the time prescribed as a normal work week by the appropriate governing body or other appropriate authority of the civil division.
Part-time employment means any regularly scheduled activity that engages an applicant/recipient in employment for a minimum of eight hours but fewer than 30 hours per week.
Part-time employment means any employment by those who work on a
Part-time employment means employment in which the employee is scheduled to work not less than one-half (1/2) the normal hours of work for a class in this Agreement;
Part-time employment means an employment contract or a succession of employment contracts, with the same employer or a successor- employer or another employer, in which an employee is required to provide his or her services at intervals, so that the employee is not, in any twelve month period, continuously employed by that employer, and the term includes casual employment;
Part-time employment means regular and continuing employment for a maximum of sixty hours per four week cycle.
Part-time employment means work that is more than 15 hours but less than 30 hours per week.