Regular Full-Time Employee definition

Regular Full-Time Employee means an employee who is appointed to a regularly scheduled position and is regularly scheduled to work full time in accordance with Article 14. A regular full-time employee is entitled to all of the benefits outlined in the Agreement except where otherwise specified.
Regular Full-Time Employee means an employee who is employed on a full- time basis for 35, 37½, 40 or such other number of weekly hours as is recognized in this Agreement as normal for a particular class of positions, for an indefinite period of time.
Regular Full-Time Employee means an employee whose term of employment for a participating employer contemplates continued employment during a fiscal or calendar year and whose employment normally requires an average of 20 hours or more per week, except as modified by the board, and who receives benefits normally provided by the participating employer.

Examples of Regular Full-Time Employee in a sentence

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More Definitions of Regular Full-Time Employee

Regular Full-Time Employee means a common law employee who is regularly scheduled to work thirty (30) Hours of Service or more per week.
Regular Full-Time Employee means one who is appointed to a regular position in the Bargaining Unit with normal hours of work in accordance with Article 28.01 (Hours of Work) of the Collective Agreement;
Regular Full-Time Employee. (RFT) – means a regular employee with a commitment level of a full duty load.
Regular Full-Time Employee means an employee who is regularly scheduled to work forty (40) hours per week. Such employees may be exempt or nonexempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) as described below. Full-time employees are eligible for benefits as described in this handbook.
Regular Full-Time Employee means an employee who is appointed to a regular scheduled position and is regularly scheduled to work full-time (30 or more hours per week). A regular full-time employee is entitled to all of the benefits outlined in the agreement except where otherwise specified.
Regular Full-Time Employee means a person who holds an appointment to ongoing work with a full-time annual workload within one or more departments or functional areas.