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    I work in Wisconsin and my boss asked me to find out what the max hours a part-time employee can work without being offered company benefits. The employee's are currently working 30 hrs/weekly but would like to work 32, 4 - 8 hour shifts and 1 day off. Is this somthing I need to check with our benefits carriers or is there a law for this.

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    There is no law in your state which mandates this. You would have to review the plan documents. Do you have a broker or a benefits consultant you can contact?
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