Employment Status Change
If your employment status changes from part-time to full time or full-time to part-time, you can make certain benefit changes without waiting for the next annual Open Enrollment.

Change in Employment Status

If you are a part-time employee going to full-time position (30 hours or more each week), you will become eligible for medical, dental and vision coverage and life and disability insurance on the first of the month following the month in which you become a full-time employee. Be sure to enroll in company benefits within 31 days from the date you go to full-time employment on UltiPro.

If you are a full-time employee going to a part-time position (less than 30 hours a week), you will lose company medical, dental and vision coverage and life and disability insurance at the end of the month in which you become a part-time employee.

Benefits for Part-Time Employees

Part-time employment is defined as working 15 to 30 hours per week.  Part-time employees are eligible for the following:

  • 401(k) Plan
  • Paid Time Off
  • Sick days
  • Service awards
  • Bonus payment if the company targets are met and bonuses are given
  • Vesting for the 401(k) plan (the hours you work will apply towards vesting)

Vacation for Part-Time Employees

Your vacation will be applied according to your scheduled work hours per week.

For example, if you are eligible for two weeks of vacation and you are scheduled to work 20 hours per week then your total vacation would be 40 hours for the year (number of scheduled hours x 2).

SCHEDULE / WEEK Eligible for 2 Weeks Vacation Eligible for 3 Weeks Vacation Eligible for 4 Weeks Vacation
16 hours 32 48 64
20 hours 40 60 80
30 hours 60 90 120
KEY TERM

COBRA

A federal law that provides continuation of group health coverage that otherwise would be terminated.

KEY TERM

UltiPro

Username: STMSN plus 6-digit clock number. If clock number is less than 6 digits (e.g., 1234), add zeros to ensure a total of 6-digits: STMSN000123.

Good to Know

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