PART-TIME HOURLY SUPERVISOR TRAINING. Presented By: Becky Rawlings, HR Director October 5, 2011 . Hourly Pay Rates. Support Assistant $8.84/hour Support Associate $9.48/hour Other rates require approval by the HR Director. Breaks/lunch.
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PART-TIME HOURLY SUPERVISOR TRAINING Presented By: Becky Rawlings, HR Director October 5, 2011
Hourly Pay Rates Support Assistant • $8.84/hour Support Associate • $9.48/hour Other rates require approval by the HR Director
Breaks/lunch • If a part-time hourly or student works MORE than 5 hours they MUST take a unpaid 30 minute break/lunch. • If it does not state on their timesheet that a break was taken when they work more than 5 hours, payroll will deduct 30 minutes.
Student vs. Non-Student • Student if registered in 6 or more credits after 10th day • Each quarter (after 10th day), call Debbie Adams (x3362) or Human Resources (x3403 or x3405) to verify • Student hours are not tracked – Only hourly employees
Pt hourly authorization form (blue form) • If payroll does not have a blue form on file, the employee will not get paid, regardless if we have a timesheet. • It’s your responsibility as a supervisor to make sure that the blue form is submitted prior to the employee working.
The Number Watch • 70 hours – per month – Retirement • 350 hours – 12 month period - Union Representation • 480 hours – 6 month average - Health Insurance
Retirement • 70 hours or more 5 times in any non-consecutive 12 month period (1 year “grace period”) • Start of 6 month of second year • Position, not a person
Union Representation • 350 hours in a 12-month period = Union dues – Employee Chooses: • 1.07% of gross – non-member but represented (can’t vote), or; • 1.5% of gross - full-member • College’s opinion on this
Health Insurance • Average of 80 hours per month in a consecutive 6 month period (480 total hours) • Ex: January-June, February-July • $850 per month out of department budget • Continues until complete break in service for one month • Goes retro back to start of 7th month
Health Insurance continued • HR cannot run reports until mid-month – after the fact • Late timesheets – go towards the same month they are submitted • Questions? Contact Becky (x3404) or Kristi (x3405)
Final Thoughts • Multiple supervisors • Work with employee and other department to share hours • 69 hours in a month – the “key” number • Ensures that employee stays under maximum hour totals for benefits and retirement