Part-time Employee That is Part of Regular Scheduled Class and Restricts Themselves to One Job
FULL-TIME : $10.00 X 40 HRS = $400.00 X 2/3RDS = $226.67
GROSS: $9240.00 DIVIDED BY 42 = $220.00
PART-TIME HOURS ARE 20 TO 30 PER WEEK
EMPLOYEE RESTRICTS TO ONLY ONE JOB, THEREFORE WAGE IS PAID AT 100% OF THE GROSS BECAUSE GROSS WAGE IS LESS THAN FULL-TIME HOURS AT 2/3RDS.
Section 1) HOURLY WAGE
a) Hourly rate at time of injury: Need to know if the employee is paid by the following:
Standard (include shift differential if the employee was earning it when injured) or Piece rate or Tips
b) Hours per week
Multiply by - Expand to Normal full-time
Section 2) GROSS WAGE
a) The gross taxable wages earned in the 52 week period prior to the week of the injury (exclude tips)
b) Divide by the number of weeks worked in the 52 week period prior to the week of injury.
Section 4) PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT:
Need to find out the normal weekly scheduled hours for the injured employee. For example the injured employee worked 20-30 hours week.
Section 5) WEEKLY WAGE and TTD RATE COMPUTATION
a) Weekly Wage (Lesser of #1 or #2 above)
b) Multiply by 100% Equals Weekly TTD Rate
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NOTE: To set a claim at 100% the injured employee must sign a statement that states he/she limited themselves to only one job at the time of the injury. If the employee was 15 years of age or younger at the time of the injury the claim can be automatically set at 100% without a signed statement, provided they did not have any other job at the time of the injury. If there is a recorded statement taken from the injured employee, it can be asked at that time if they limited themselves to only the one job and that can be used in place of a signed statement.
An injured employee cannot receive more than their non-restricting peers when setting the wage and temporary total disability rate.
Usually the hours to look for are 16 hours per week, if they are part of a regularly scheduled class of part-time employees and 27 hours per week if they are not.
For help with temporary total or partial disability, contact Bureau of Claims Management