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the company I work does not offer benefits to part time worker.
how many hours is consider full time. I work 32-35 hour a week.
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40 hours a week is generally considered fulltime; it is only after 40 hours that OT requirements kick in.
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Sorry to disagree with my colleague's post, but in California an employer is required to pay overtime when EITHER 40 hours per week OR 8 hours per day has been worked by a given employee.
(a) generally 40 hours a week is full time.
(b) no, an employer is not required to provide benefits.
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