Intern that are scheduled to work 19 hours a week or less are classified as Part Time B and are entitled to only statutory benefits, which include the following:
An employee who becomes disabled due to an injury or illness unrelated to the workplace for six or more consecutive days may be eligible for short-term disability. All employee statuses are eligible. Part time employees are covered after the completion of 20 scheduled workdays.
A tax that is deducted from an employee’s earnings in order to provide for the material needs of individuals, families, aged and disabled persons against the expenses of illnesses that may otherwise exhaust their savings.
Federal-State Unemployment Insurance Program provides unemployment benefits to eligible workers who are unemployed through no fault of their own.
A state-regulated employment benefit for which an employee may be eligible if he/she becomes injured or ill in the course of his /her employment and the claim is deemed compensable.
Frontier MEDEX is available to serve as the initial point of contact for all Research Foundation employees traveling overseas on business who need medical attention. (Note: This policy ONLY covers employees who are active on Research Foundation payroll).
Interns that are scheduled to work 19 to 34 hours are classified as Part Time A and are entitled to statutory benefits and additional benefits. For detailed information about additional benefits, please feel free to contact the Benefits Coordinator:
Bardria Nichols: Bardria_Nichols@rfcuny.org