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Student employees may be scheduled to work up to a maximum of 49% of the working hours in the month (19½ hours per week). Employees are normally not scheduled for work shifts of less than 2 hours or more than 4 consecutive hours. Exceptions to normal work shifts may be requested and approved by the supervisor when it is essential to the operation of the Library; however, schedules of more than 5¾ consecutive...

Students are responsible for notifying their immediate supervisors and Library Human Resources if they are employed in more than one campus library, another University department, or an outside agency paid from University funds, such as Work Study. When an employee works in more than one unit or department, all hours worked in all jobs held are combined and count towards the 49% time limit. Working above 49% may...

To qualify for exemption from DCP withholding:

Undergraduate student employees must be registered and enrolled in a minimum of 6 or more units per term for fall, spring or summer sessions. Graduate student employees must be registered and enrolled in a minimum of 6 units per term for fall and spring sessions, or 2 units for summer sessions.

Maximum appointment percentage allowed to qualify for exemption...

Library student employees may work additional hours during finals and break periods with Supervisor/Unit Head approval provided that there is sufficient need and the Unit can support the extra payroll cost. Supervisors should be aware that students who work over 19.5 hours per week may become eligible for sick time. Under no circumstances should a student be allowed to work over 40 hours any week between all on-...

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