FT pension for PT employee

bart

Active Member
I found out that I have an 11 months FT pension over 4 yrs as a PT employee. What is my status if I go FT? Should it date back to when I earned that FT status. I was never put on the FT seniority list.
 

trickpony1

Well-Known Member
The OP needs to worry more about having accrued 4 years of PT pension credit during his, "....over 4 years as a PT employee.".

When he becomes FT then he can worry about his FT pension credit years.

Hope this helps.
 

BeachBoy

Well-Known Member
I wish it was worded better myself. Last year, as a part time employee, I worked 2300 hours and will probably do about the same this year.
Wondering how it will eventually affect my pension.
 

Baba gounj

Strength through joy
Depends on what supplement you are working under.
Where I worked , the union took care of the credited hours for the pension. Everyone maxed out at 1800 hours per year for a full year of pension credit.
As a p/t , I only had to get 35 hrs per week for 52 weeks to qualify. If I wasn't going away on Vacation I'd still work Saturdays.
 
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