30-Hour Work Week Is a Critical Threshold for More Than Just Health Care


For some adjuncts, getting documentation of how many hours they work is becoming trickier. That stems in part from colleges' concerns over a provision in the new health-care law for what constitutes full-time employment. But the benchmark applies to other federal benefits, too, including a loan-forgiveness program.
January 25, 2013

The way colleges count adjuncts' workloads is important not only for determining whether they are eligible for health insurance under the new health-care law but also for their participation in some other federal programs.

A federal…

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