Only regular, non-represented employees (including limited-term employees), and postdoctoral employees can work part-time.
A part-time schedule covers specific circumstances and can be used during a limited time period. For example, you can work part-time if you need time for:
Caring for a sick dependent
Continuing your education
Taking care of personal and family needs
Phasing into retirement
Other circumstances (subject to manager’s approval)
Working part-time affects your benefits, pay, vacation and holiday accrual, and medical plan coverage costs. Before you make the change, be sure you understand what switching to a part-time schedule will mean for you. Contact HR Solutions if you have questions.
You must work five hours over your regularly scheduled hours for the week, before EWW is considered. EWW must be approved in advance, in writing, by your manager, your group’s Director, and Sandia’s compensation manager.
EWW is offered to full-time, exempt employees below the director level.
If approved, EWW pays you straight time, in addition to your base salary, for the eligible hours worked under EWW.
Managers may approve alternate work schedules when they meet Sandia’s business needs and adhere to our policies. Represented employees should refer to their respective collective bargaining agreements regarding work schedules.
Flexible Work Options During COVID-19
Sandia’s flexible work options give managers and employees flexibility during the COVID-19 pandemic. The following scenarios show how these options can be used to help employees navigate unique challenges.
Access to Sandia’s internal web is required to view the scenarios.