Regular Hourly Employee
A regular hourly employee is an employee who fills an authorized hourly position on the campus. They are “regular” because they hold positions for at least one academic or fiscal year. The position may be full-time or part-time. Regular hourly employees are generally classified as non-exempt.
Regular Salaried Employee
A regular salaried employee normally fills an executive, administrative, or professional position. They are employed on a full-time basis of 40 hours per week. They are “regular” because they hold positions for at least one academic or fiscal year. If a salaried position is engaged via a contract, the employment contract shall prevail in any conflict with this Employee Handbook. Regular salaried positions are generally classified as exempt.
A temporary employee is a non-student employee who is not included in the “regular” employment category. Positions of this type typically have a known end date and the duration of employment is less than one fiscal or academic year. Temporary employees are generally classified as exempt.
An introductory employee is in the period of initial employment, typically for the first 90 calendar days after their date of hire unless this period has been extended for performance or attendance reasons.
Last modified: January 26, 2018