// Employment Status + Verification //
- Full-time Employees: Defined as those employees who are hired to work on a regular basis for 30 or more hours per week. They are eligible for all benefits.
- Part-time Employees: Defined as those employees who are hired to work on a regular basis for less than 30 hours per week. They are not eligible for any employer-sponsored benefits.
- Temporary Employees: Defined as those employees holding jobs of limited duration arising out of special projects, abnormal workloads, or emergencies. An employee will not change from temporary status to another status unless specifically informed of such a change, in writing, by the Principal. Temporary employees are completely ineligible for employer-sponsored benefits.
We are required by federal immigration laws to verify the identity and legal ability to work for all individuals before they can be hired. In keeping with this obligation, we must inspect documentation for each new hire; confirming identity and legal authority to work. New hires must also agree to complete an I-9 form provided by the federal government. This form must be completed as soon as possible after an offer of employment is made, and in no event more than three business days after an individual is hired. All offers of employment and continued employment for positions in the United States are conditioned upon furnishing satisfactory evidence of identity and legal authority to work in the United States. Prior to or on your start date, you will be asked to bring in documentation to satisfy the I-9 form requirements; typically a valid driver's license and social security card or current passport will suffice.