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Human Resources

Staff Voluntary Reduction in Time; Example Work Schedules

These are examples only.

Example of an employee who currently works 100% (40 hours per week), making $30,000, employed at Clemson University for less than 10 years.

Full-time employee (currently making $30K per year

90% work schedule

85% work schedule

80% work schedule

75% work schedule

Reduced salary

$27,000

$25,500

$24,000

$22,500

Reduced # hours worked weekly

36

34

32

30

Insurance

*No change

*No change

*No change

*No change

Retirement

Based on direct percentage of pay

Based on direct percentage of pay

Based on direct percentage of pay

Based on direct percentage of pay

Service Date

Full service credit

Full service credit

Full service credit

Full service credit

Leave Accruals

**Accruals are based on FTE percentage

**Accruals are based on FTE percentage

**Accruals are based on FTE percentage

**Accruals are based on FTE percentage

*No change in insurance as long as employee works a minimum of 30 hours per week.
**Accruals for leave are based on the percentage of an employee’s FTE.

Example of an employee who currently works 100% (40 hours per week), making $30,000 who is reducing their schedule to 80% by working 10 months instead of 12 months.

Full-time employee
(currently making $30K per year)
   

80% work schedule –
working 100% time over 10 months rather than 12 months

Reduced salary    $24,000   
Reduced # hours worked weekly    40 hours over 10 months rather than 12 months   
Insurance    Remains same as 12 month employee   
Service Date    Full service credit   
Leave Accruals    *Do not accrue leave during the months not working    
Other Considerations    Deduction scheduling of insurance premiums would be required   

*The employee's annual leave balance must be converted to the new average workday. To convert the leave balance, divide the total number of accrued annual leave hours by the number of hours in the new average workday.

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