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  • Pattymd
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    No. The definition of "full-time" is up to the employer only.

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  • chall
    started a topic Minimum hours for full time?

    Minimum hours for full time?

    Texas resident im being schedueled for 31.5 hours weekly and am wondering if this is illegal, is there a minimum hour requirment they must allow you to work if you are full-time?
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