Temporary/variable hour employees
Who are considered variable hour employees?
Temporary employees and
variable hour employees are employees who primarily work in temporary non-benefit
eligible positions. Temporary positions are those positions not intended to
continue indefinitely or whose hours vary and are not positions that offer
Temporary positions may be filled by employees that are classified in a wide
range of variable hour employment categories, including student employment,
graduate assistantship, temporary hourly/salaried employment and part-time
Expectations for variable hour employees
- Student workers
- Graduate assistants
- Temp hourly employees
- Salaried temp employees
- Part-time faculty
Variable hour employee's supervisors
- Supervisors duties
- Characteristics of variable hour employee
29-hour work rule and reporting
- What is the 29-hour work rule?
- How does the 29-hour work rule apply?
Temporary/variable hour employees can be hired through the university's payroll or an outside temporary staffing agency with Human Resources review.