Your question is too broad. Your rights depend on numerous factors: what type of rights you are referring to, the federal and state labor laws, any employment contract or any union contracts.
An employee who works part-time hours on a regular, long-term, continuous basis.
No, as long as the position is specified as either temporary, or part time.
Is the employer of part time employees responsible to pay into the unemployment fund for each employee?
The maximum number of work hours is 32 hours for a part-time employee.
A supervisor can request that an employee work more hours. The employee has the choice to work the hours or resign if that is the choice.
Most part time employees don't receive employee benefits. Many employers hire part time employees to avoid giving benefits. It is cheaper for them.
A part time job is a job where one works fewer hours per week than a full time employee. For example, a part time employee will typically work less than 40 hours per week.
Yes. If you qualified due to your last employment release and you state you are looking for any kind of work available, whether it be part-time employee or part-time 1099 and you report your earnings.
Generally, no, unless that condition (a time limit) was made a part of the original grant of mineral rights.Generally, no, unless that condition (a time limit) was made a part of the original grant of mineral rights.Generally, no, unless that condition (a time limit) was made a part of the original grant of mineral rights.Generally, no, unless that condition (a time limit) was made a part of the original grant of mineral rights.
Minimum and part time for most of them.
a Part-Time Employee
Yes, unless the employee has a signed contract.
it depends if he or she is full time or part time. full time 40 hrs per week part time 20-39 hrs.
it is $8.50 an hour as a part-time employee
yes the can
For a part time employee, 1 year. I believe it is the same for full time.
why is legislation important in upholding and protecting the rights of both employer and employee?
What is the maximum number of hours you can work and still be considered a part-time employee?
Nothing in the law of any state dictates when an employee is full time and when s/he is part time. An employee is full time when the employer (and/or their insurance carrier) says they are.
its either you work there full time which means from the morning til it closes everyday and part time is a few hours a day
The benefits a part time employee receives depends largely on the employer. There are government rules on the number of hours one can work, as well as break time. However, health insurance and other benefits would depend on the employer.
I dont think you can..?