Are the Exceptions for Offering Full-time Employees Coverage?

Do employers have to offer healthcare coverage to individuals who have completed a W-9 form using only his/her social security numbers?

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What is considered a full time employee for restaurant workers?


In almost all scenarios a full-time worker is one who works an average of 30 or more hours a week, or 130 hours in a month. The way employers calculate this is a little more nuanced then that, but that is the basic backbone of the rule.

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