Arrangement in which the responsibilities and hours of one job position are carried out by two people.
Job sharing is the division of responsibilities and labor of a single full time position between two or more employees, each working less than full-time. The employees may perform all elements of the work or divide the tasks and may alternate days, weeks, or may split days. Individual benefits are based on the number of hours / weeks worked. Length of Service Length of service is generally defined as the length of regular, full or part time employment with the University and is calculated from the original or adjusted date of hire of the employee. Length of service is generally one of the criteria used in decision-making pertaining to, but not limited to, service awards, requests for promotion/transfer, vacation, and work assignments. See Break in Service. See Date of Hire. Non-exempt A non-exempt position is one which does not meet the standards for exemption from overtime pay outlined in the Fair Labor Standards Act. Non-exempt positions typically perform clerical duties, maintenance work, operate machinery, etc. See Staff. See Overtime.
Permits two part time workers to divide one full time job.
When two people share a single job, and the wage of one person is split between them.
two people share what was originally one full-time position
An arrangement where two or more employees share one job. The hours of work are arranged to suit the employees and the particular job.
process in which one full-time job is split between two or more persons (also known as twinning).
The practice of having two or more persons share a job to provide accommodations in work scheduling or job duties.
An arrangement where two employees share one position.
Work schedule arrangement allowing two employees to share the responsibilities of one full-time position. Compensation and benefits are also shared or prorated. View sample policy.
Two people, typically in career-oriented professional positions, performing the tasks of one full-time position in order to enjoy more flexibility in their personal schedules, typically for child or dependent care. Salary and benefits are prorated.
Where an employer takes one full-time job and splits it between two people, who each work part-time.
Working arrangement that allows two employees to share one full-time job, with each earning a prorated salary and benefits.
The practice of two different employees performing the tasks of one full-time position.