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Faculty Evaluations: The ACA's Effect on Higher Education
Moss Adams LLP Link to more items from this source
[Guidance Overview]
Oct. 7, 2014
"Most schools have very small full-time staffs. Many departments rely on adjunct faculty, individuals who come in on a contract basis and teach on an as-needed basis -- perhaps one or two classes in the fall, then possibly none in the winter, and then maybe one in the spring. They're not usually on the payroll, and they're not usually considered full-time employees. But in the calculus of the ACA, many of them could now be considered full-time equivalent employees, depending on how many hours they work."

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