Full-time = permanent, not 40-hour

David Bowie db.list at PMPKN.NET
Tue Jul 18 10:50:19 UTC 2006

From:    "Joel S. Berson"
> At 7/17/2006 07:26 AM, David Bowie wrote:

> >Even when i was working 40
> >hrs/week i was still classified as part-time, and was inelegible for
> >benefits.

> >This was 1988 to 1990, in Silver Spring MD.

> I think ineligibility for benefits would not be the case for 40 hours
> per week today, according to the labor laws.  I'm dismayed to hear it
> was the case in 1990.

I think that, technically, i was a consultant, so it didn't matter how
many hours i worked.

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