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Obamacare’s employer mandate only applies to employees working 30+ hours a week causing many employees to cut hours of existing workers to avoid the increased costs of health insurance or paying the penalties.

Many progressives have complained the news regarding hourly reductions has been exaggerated but as this list prepared by Investors Business Daily   shows  there are indeed many companies (313 below) cutting back worker hours thanks to the president’s signature legislation (these are only employers who made  public announcement).

Each of the employers names below are linked to the newspaper articles/news releases announcing the cutbacks:

State
Employer Action Date of Action or Report
Alabama Houston County Cut hours of part-time employees
to fewer than 30 per week
13-Sep
Alabama University of Alabama Capped
student work hours at 20 per week
13-Jul
Alabama University of North Alabama Capped work hours at 29 per week
for student employees
13-Jul
Arizona Arizona State University Limited
course loads for non-tenured associate faculty members
13-Aug
Arizona Maricopa Community Colleges Reduced hours of 700 adjunct
faculty and 600 part-time workers below 30 per week
13-May
Arizona Michael Monti’s La Casa Vieja steakhouse Shifting
more workers to fewer than 30 hours per week
13-Sep
Arizona University of Arizona in Tucson Limited hours temporary
employees may work in a year
13-May
Arkansas Area
Agency on Aging of Western Arkansas, Inc.
Cut
hours for staff of 500 home health aides and drivers to 28 per week
13-Jun
Arkansas Arkansas State University Limited adjunct course loads and
reduced hours for part-time employees, including students, to a maximum of 28
per week
13-Jun
Arkansas Pulaski
Technical College
Capped
course loads for adjunct faculty
13-Jul
Arkansas Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Increased temp share of
workforce to “fewer than 10%” from 1-2% before this year
13-Jun
California Biola University Cut
student work hours to a maximum of 25 per week; suspended limit due to
employer mandate delay
13-Sep
California CKE Restaurants Inc. Increasing part-time workforce
by replacing full-time workers through attrition
13-Jun
California Fatburger Cut
some workers to sub-30 hours per week
13-Jul
California Kern County Will limit work schedules for up
to 800 extra-help workers or reduce workforce
13-Jun
California Lake County Cut
hours for extra-help employees to a limit of 25 per week
12-Dec
California Long Beach Reducing hours to 27 per week
for up to 200 part-timers
13-May
California Mexican American Opportunity Foundation Cut
hours of employees working up to 39 hours a week to less than 30
13-Aug
California North of the River Recreation and Park District Cut hours for part-time workers
below 30 per week
13-Apr
California Rancho Cucamonga Cut
hours for most part-time workers below 30 per week
13-Jun
California San Diego Community College District Restricted student employees and
other non-academic workers to no more than 25 hours per week
13-Jul
California San Gabriel Reduced
hours for part-timers to fewer than 30 per week.
13-Jun
California Tehama County Limited extra-help employee work
hours to fewer than 30 per week
13-May
Colorado Charco Broiler Trimmed
work hours to stay below 50 full-time equivalent threshold
13-Apr
Colorado Durango Limiting part-timers to 27 hours
per week to avoid $900,000 in additional health care costs.
13-Apr
Colorado Fountain Fire Dept. Cut
hours of part-timers to a maximum of 29 per week
13-May
Colorado Mountain Del (Del Taco franchisee) cutting full-time workforce by
100; capping part-timers at 28 hours per week
13-Apr
Florida Bealls Inc. (Department Stores) Restricted
part-time hours to fewer than 30 per week
13-Sep
Florida Boca Raton Cut hours for part-timers to 25
per week.
12-Dec
Florida Brevard County Reducing
hours for most of 138 part-time workers who work more than 30 hours per week
13-Jul
Florida Buca di Beppo restaurant chain Reduced hours to below 30 per
week
13-Jul
Florida Daytona State College Reduced
hours for adjunct faculty
13-Apr
Florida Hillsborough Community College Cut hours of some part-time
faculty members
13-Jul
Florida Miami Dade College Enforcing
cap of 25 hours per week for part-time workers
13-Feb
Florida Palm Beach State College Cut hours for 100 part-timers to
27.5 per week; 895 adjuncts limited to 60% of a full-time course load
13-Jun
Florida RREMC Restaurants (Denny’s franchisee) Cut
hours for part-time workers to 28 per week
12-Nov
Florida Santa Fe College Capped part-time hours at 27.5
per week and enforced limits on adjunct course loads
13-Jun
Florida SeaWorld Entertainment Cut
hours for part-time workers from a maximum of 32 to 28 per week
13-Sep
Florida St. Petersburg College Capped courseloads for adjunct
facutly to equivalent of 27 hours per week
13-Jul
Florida Tallahassee Community College Cut
hours of some part-time workers to as low as 24 per week
13-Jun
Georgia AAA Parking Moved half of full-time workers
to part-time
13-Mar
Georgia Cherokee County School Board Outsourced
custodial services and ground maintenance
13-Jul
Georgia Circle K Southeast Cut hours of some full-time
employees below 30
13-May
Georgia Columbus Capped
hours for part-time and seasonal employees at 29 per week
13-Jan
Georgia Georgia Military College Cut hours of adjunct faculty to
below 30 per week
13-Aug
Georgia PMTD Restaurants LLC (a franchisee of KFC) Cutting
hours for part-timers working 30 hours or slightly above
12-Oct
Idaho Boundary
County
Cut hours for part-timers to
fewer than 30 per week
13-Jul
Illinois Boone Community School District Cut
hours of part-time employees below 30 per week
13-Mar
Illinois College of DuPage Cut course loads for some
adjunct faculty
13-May
Illinois Elmhurst College Cut
two courses per semester from maximum adjunct teaching load
13-Apr
Illinois Illinois Valley Community College Capped hours for part-timers at
29 per week
13-Jan
Illinois Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches Cutting
hours for part-timers below 30 per week
12-Oct
Illinois Joliet Junior College Cut course loads for adjunct
faculty
13-Mar
Illinois McHenry County College Cut
course loads for adjunct faculty to 24 hours per week
13-May
Illinois Moraine Valley
Community College
Cutting course loads for adjunct
faculty
13-Apr
Illinois Palmer Place Restaurant Cut
hours for some workers below 30 per week
13-Sep
Illinois Parkland College Limited hours for part-time,
non-teaching employees to 27.5 per week
13-Jun
Illinois Plainfield Park District Cut
work hours to 27 per week for four part-time workers
12-Jun
Illinois Rock Valley College Capped hours for part-time
workers at 25 per week
12-Dec
Illinois Southern Illinois University Limited
graduate teaching assistants to 20 hours per week
13-Aug
Illinois Vcm Inc. (Subway franchisee) Reduced hours for hourly wage
earners to below 30 per week
13-Aug
Indiana Ball State University Limited
work hours for graduate assistants
13-Aug
Indiana Bartholomew County Cut part-time hours to 28 hours
per week
13-Apr
Indiana Benton Community Schools Cut
hours for uninsured part-timers to fewer than 30 per week with offsetting pay
hike
13-Jun
Indiana Clay
County
Capped part-time work at 28
hours per week
13-Jun
Indiana Crawford County Lowered
cap on part-time hours from 32 to 29 per week
13-May
Indiana DeKalb County Limited part-timers to 28 hours
per week
13-Jun
Indiana Delaware County Limited
part-time employees to 29 hours per week
13-Apr
Indiana Eastbrook Community Schools Cut hours for instructional
aides to 29.5 per week from between 32.5 and 35.
13-Jun
Indiana Eastern Greene Schools Cut
hours for hourly employees, such as teaching aides, custodians and bus
drivers to a maximum of 28 per week
13-Apr
Indiana Eastern Hancock School Board Limit most non-contract
employees who worked 30 to 39 hours per week to 29.
13-May
Indiana Eminence Community Schools Cut
hours for part-timers to a maximum of 29 per week
13-Jun
Indiana Fayette County School Corp. Cut hours for some part-timers
to 27.5 per week
13-May
Indiana Floyd County Cutting
hours for up to 72 part-timers to 28 hours per week
13-Jun
Indiana Fort Wayne Community Schools Cut hours of part-time teaching
aides and cafeteria workers from 30 to 25 per week
13-May
Indiana Gibson County Cut
part-time hours from a maximum of 40 to 23.5 per week
13-May
Indiana Greencastle
Community Schools
Cut hours of instructional aides
and cafeteria workers to 29.5 per week
13-May
Indiana Hancock County Capped
hours for part-time workers at 29 per week
13-Jul
Indiana Hancock Madison Shelby Educational Services Cut hours for special ed
assistants from 35-37.5 per week to 28
13-May
Indiana Highland Limited
hours part-time employees can work to fewer than 30 per week; suspended limit
due to employer mandate delay
13-Jun
Indiana Indiana University Capped hours for part-timers at
29 per week; outsourced 50 maintenance personnel
13-Jun
Indiana Ivy Tech Community College Limited
hours for adjunct faculty at 23 campuses to avoid estimated $10 million in
Affordable Care Act costs for those who work 30 or more hours
13-Jun
Indiana Kosciusko County Capped part-time hours at 25 per
week
13-Jun
Indiana Lafayette School Corp. Cut
part-time hours below 30 per week
13-Jun
Indiana Lakeview Christian School Limited new part-timers to 29
hours per week
13-Jun
Indiana Madison Consolidated Schools Cut
hours for cafeteria workers, instructional aides and bus drivers below 30 per
week
13-Jun
Indiana Madison-Grant United School Corp. Cut hours for non-certified
staff from up to 35 hours per week to below 30
13-Jun
Indiana Marshall County Cut
hours for part-times to 28 per week
13-Jun
Indiana Martin County Capped part-time hours at 28 per
week
13-Jun
Indiana Mississinewa Community Schools Cut
15 minutes per day for three teacher aides
13-Jun
Indiana Morgan County Cut part-time hours from a
maximum of 35 to 28 per week
13-Jul
Indiana North
Putnam Community Schools
Cut
hours of noncertified employees to a maximum of 29 per week
13-May
Indiana Northwestern Consolidated School District Cut part-time hours to a maximum
of 29 per week
13-Apr
Indiana Northwestern
School Corp.
Cut
hours of instructional assistants to 25 per week
13-May
Indiana Perry Central School Corp. Cut hours of part-time
instructional assistants by 6 per week, with offsetting wage hike
13-Jun
Indiana Putnam
County
Cut
hours for part-time workers to maximum of 29 per week
13-Feb
Indiana Richland-Bean Blossom Community School Corp. Instructional aides limited to
29.5 hours per week
13-Apr
Indiana Shelbyville Central School System Cut
hours instructional aides, substitute teachers, bus drivers and coaches below
30 per week
13-Jun
Indiana Speedway Schools Cut hours for teaching
assistants to 29 per week with offsetting pay hike
13-Jun
Indiana Starke County Cut
hours for part-timers to maximum of 130 per month
13-Jun
Indiana Taylor
Community Schools
Cut hours of cafeteria workers,
custodians and teaching aides to 28 per week
13-May
Indiana Tipton County Cut
maximum number of hours to 28 per week from 32
13-May
Indiana Vanderburgh County Lowered cap on part-time hours
from 39 to 29 per week
13-May
Indiana Vigo County School Corp. Cut
hours of non-certified employees below 30 per week, leading to sharp
cut-backs in field trips; suspended hour cuts in response to delay of
employer mandate
13-May
Indiana Vincennes Cut hours of part-timers to 29
per week
13-Aug
Indiana White
River Valley School District
Cut
hours of non-certified employees from 30 to 29 per week
13-May
Indiana Wolfe’s Auto Auction Some full-time workers cut to
part-time; part-time hours capped at 28 per week
13-Jun
Indiana Zionsville Community Schools Cut
hours for instructional aides, coaches, and substitutes to a maximum of 29
per week
13-May
Iowa Cedar Falls Cut part-time hours from 32 per
week to 29
12-Nov
Iowa Clear Lake School Board Outsourced
provision of substitute teachers and paraprofessionals
13-Apr
Iowa Indianola Community School District Part-time hours cut for up to
125 below 30 per week
13-May
Iowa Lee County Enforced
existing part-time cap of 28 hours per week
13-Jul
Iowa Spencer Community School District Reduced hours for some
part-timers from 32 to below 30 per week
13-Jun
Iowa Tama County Cut
hours for part-time employees to less than 30 per week
13-May
Kansas Kansas Turnpike Authority Toll collectors limited to 24
hours per week; up to 93 will see hours cut
13-May
Kansas Salina
Family YMCA
Cut
part-time employee schedules to a maximum of 25 hours per week
13-Sep
Kentucky Joe Bologna’s Italian Pizzeria & Restaurant Closed for business on Monday,
reducing employees to fall below 50 full-time-equivalent threshold
13-Apr
Kentucky Lexington Board of Education Cut
hours of some part-timers to 28.5 per week, providing offsetting raise
13-Jun
Maine Mainesubway (Subway franchisee) Reduced worker hours to no more
than 29 per week
13-Aug
Maryland Chesapeake College Capped
adjunct faculty hours at 28 per week
12-Dec
Maryland Howard Community College Lowered limit on course loads
and hours worked for adjunct faculty
13-Jun
Maryland Ocean City Reduced
hours for part-time workers to a maximum of 28 per week
13-Apr
Maryland Republic Foods (Burger King franchise operator) All new hires capped at 29 hours
per week
13-May
Maryland Royal Farms convenience stores Cut
hours for most full-time and part-time workers below 30 per week
12-Dec
Michigan Auburn Hills Reduced hours for part-time,
seasonal workers to fewer than 30 per week
13-Sep
Michigan Baldwin Public Library Capped
part-time hours at 28 per week
13-Jun
Michigan Birmingham Cut seasonal employee hours
below average of 30 per week
13-May
Michigan Central Michigan University Limited
hours for student workers to 25 per week
13-Jul
Michigan Dearborn Capped hours of part-time and
seasonal employees at average of 28 per week
13-May
Michigan Delta County Capped
part-time hours at 29 per week; made temporary exemption for corrections
officers after mandate delay
13-Jul
Michigan Iosco County apped hours of part-time
employees at 28 per week
13-May
Michigan Kalamazoo Valley Community College Reduced
maximum hours for part-time faculty
13-Apr
Michigan Kenowa Hills Public Schools Outsourced school bus
transportation, partly to avoid providing health benefits to 30 drivers
13-Jul
Michigan Kga Group (Subway franchisee) Part-time
hours cut below 30 per week
12-Nov
Michigan Meridian Public Schools Cut schedules of hourly workers
to fewer than 30 hours per week
13-Sep
Michigan Milford Township Cut
hours for part-timers to 28 per week
13-Jan
Michigan New Baltimore Cut hours for part-timers,
including police cadets, to 28 per week
13-Jan
Michigan Portage Capped
part-time hours at 28 per week
13-Apr
Michigan Russ’ Restaurant Cut hours of non-managing
employees to maximum of 25 hours per week
13-Jun
Michigan St. Clair Community College Limited
hours of adjunct professors and part-time support staff to fewer than 30 per
week
13-Apr
Michigan Tuscola County Capped part-time hours at less
than 30 per week
13-May
Michigan Van Buren Township Capped
part-time hours at 29 per week
13-Mar
Michigan Vassar Public Schools Cut hours for food-service
workers to maximum of 29 per week
13-Apr
Minnesota Faribault Cut
hours of employees working 30-to-38 hours per week to 29; temporarily delayed
move due to delay of employer mandate
13-Jun
Minnesota Hayfield Community Schools Cut hours of paraprofessionals
to fewer than 30 per week, with $1/hr raise; rescinded policy after mandate
delay
13-Jun
Minnesota Mankato Limited
part-time hours to 29 per week.
13-Mar
Missouri Drury University Limited adjunct course loads 13-Jul
Missouri Maritz Research Cut
part-time hours to 25 per week
13-Jun
Missouri Moberly Area Community College Reduced number of courses
adjunct faculty are eligible to teach.
13-Apr
Missouri Three
Rivers College
Capped
teaching loads for adjunct faculty
13-Aug
Nebraska Blair Community Schools Cut hours for bus drivers and
teacher aides to no more than 29 per week
13-Jun
Nebraska Cutchall Management restaurant company Capped
new part-time hires at 28 hours per week; lifted cap after delay of employer
mandate
13-Feb
Nebraska Douglas County West Community Schools Cut part-time shifts by about 45
minutes a day
13-May
Nebraska Omega Foods Inc. (Wendy’s franchisee) Cut
hours to 28 per week for non-management
13-Jan
Nebraska Papillion-La Vista school district Cut part-time hours below 30 per
week
13-May
Nebraska Plattsmouth Board of Education Capped
hours of non-certified employees at 29 per week
13-Jun
Nebraska Ralston School District Cut hours for paraprofessionals
to below 30 per week
13-Apr
Nebraska Springfield Platteview Community Schools Cut
7.5 hour days to less than 6 hours for paraprofessionals
13-Apr
Nebraska Westside Community Schools Capped hours of most part-time
employees below 30 per week
13-May
New
Hampshire
Community College System of New Hampshire Capped
adjunct faculty hours at 27 per week
13-Apr
New Jersey Bergen Community College Limited adjunct course loads 13-Aug
New
Jersey
City of Burlington Public Schools Outsourced
provision of paraprofessionals and substitute teachers
13-Jul
New Jersey Clinton-Glen Gardner School District Cut hours for paraprofessionals
from 35 to 28 per week; in July a judge ordered the board to rescind its
action
13-Apr
New
Jersey
Franklin Township Board of Education Voted
to outsource school aides and child study team services
13-Apr
New Jersey Hanover Township Cut part-time hours to a maximum
of 28 per week; rescinded rule after delay of mandate
13-May
New
Jersey
Kean University Cut
adjunct course loads
12-Nov
New Jersey Little Falls Board of Education Capped hours of
paraprofessionals below 30 per week
13-Jun
New
Jersey
Middletown Township Cut
part-time hours to fewer than 30 per week
13-May
New Jersey Middletown Township Public Schools Cut hours for paraprofessionals
below 30 per week
13-Sep
New
Jersey
Mount Ephraim Board of Education Cut
paraprofessionals’ hours from 6 per day to 5.5
13-Feb
New Jersey NEMF trucking company Cut hours for dock workers and
customer service reps from 33 per week to a maximum of 29
13-Jul
New
Jersey
Pompton Lakes Board of Education Cut
hours for instructional aides below 30 per week, with offsetting pay hike
13-Jun
New Jersey Sparta Area Schools Cut hours for paraprofessionals
below 30 per week; postponed cuts after one-year delay of employer mandate
13-Jun
New
Jersey
Tom’s
River
Will
cut part-time hours to 25 per week, effective July 2014
13-Aug
New Mexico New Mexico State
University
Capped graduate-student work
hours at 25 per week
13-May
New
York
Bowlmor Lanes Plan
to shift some full-time workers to part-time and limit hours to fewer than 30
per week
11-Mar
New York CY Farms Eliminated 20 jobs to stay below
50 full-time-equivalent threshold
13-Feb
New
York
Finger Lakes Community College Capped
course loads for adjunct faculty
13-Aug
New York Hudson Valley Community College Cut hours of part-time faculty 13-Mar
New
York
Waldbaum’s Supermarket Cut
hours and health care for most full-time employees below 30 per week
13-Apr
North Carolina Carlie C’s Cut part-time hours below 30 per
week for up to 150 workers
13-May
North
Carolina
Five Guys Burgers and Fries franchise Plans
to cut hours or positions among 60 workers clocking more than 30 hours per
week
13-Mar
North Carolina Forsyth Technical Community College Reduced hours for adjunct
faculty to below 30 per week
13-Aug
North
Carolina
Henderson Limited
hours part-timers can work to less than 30 per week
13-Jul
North Carolina Rutherford County Lowered cap on part-time hours
from 37 to 29 per week
13-Jul
North
Carolina
Wilkes Community College Reduced
teaching loads for adjunct faculty to below 30 hours per week and had to cut
some courses as a result
13-Aug
Ohio Akron Limiting part-timers to fewer
than 30 hours per week.
13-Mar
Ohio Baldwin-Wallace
University
Limited
course load of adjunct faculty
13-Mar
Ohio Bowling
Green State University
Capped part-time hours at 24 per
week and student work hours at 28
13-Mar
Ohio Brunswick Capped
hours for part-time employees at 28 per week and limited length of employment
for seasonal workers
13-Feb
Ohio Columbus State Community College Reduced hours for adjunct
faculty and hourly wage earners to fewer than 30 per week
13-Apr
Ohio Cuyahoga
Community College
Capped
hours for 1,559 part-timers at 20 per week
13-Apr
Ohio Fairlawn Lowered limit on part-time hours
from 35 per week to less than 30
12-Dec
Ohio Fairview Park Cut
hours of part-time employees to fewer than 30 per week
13-Mar
Ohio Kent State
University
Limited course load of adjunct
faculty
13-Mar
Ohio Lake Township Capped
part-time hours at 28.8 per week
13-Jun
Ohio Lakeland Community College Limited course loads for adjunct
faculty
13-Mar
Ohio Lebanon City Cut
hours of part-time firefighters/paramedics
13-Jun
Ohio Mason Cut part-time workers to 20
hours per week
13-Jun
Ohio Medina Cut
part-time hours from about 35 to 29 per week
13-Feb
Ohio Medina City Schools Cut weekly hours for cafeteria
workers and teacher aides from 30 to 28.75 per week
13-Mar
Ohio Scrambler Marie’s Restaurants Cut
some workers’ hours to less than 30 per week
13-Jun
Ohio Shawnee State University Reduced maximum teaching load
for adjunct faculty
13-Mar
Ohio Sinclair Community College Reduced
hours for part-timers to maximum of 28 per week and cut course loads for
adjunct faculty
13-May
Ohio Stark State College Capped hours of adjunct faculty
at 29 per week
12-Nov
Ohio Sugarcreek Township Capped
hours at 28 per week and eliminated paid time off for part-timers
12-Dec
Ohio Tallmadge Cut hours part-timers can work
to 29 per week
13-Jan
Ohio Tipp City Cut
hours for part-timers to fewer than 30 per week
13-May
Ohio University of Akron Cut course loads for part-time
faculty
13-Apr
Ohio Upper Arlington City School District Cutting
hours for aides who work with disabled students from 32.5 per week to 28
13-Apr
Ohio Westlake Limit part-timers to 25 hours
per week
13-Jun
Ohio White Castle Will
limit new hires to part-time
13-Jul
Ohio Youngstown
City Schools
Cut part-time and substitute
hours to 25 per week
13-Mar
Ohio Youngstown State University Capped
hours of part-time employees and adjunct faculty
12-Nov
Oklahoma Treadwell Enterprises (Taco Bell franchise operator) Reduced hours for some full-time
workers to part-time
13-Jan
Oregon Shari’s restaurants Adding
part-time workers, cutting hours for some working more than 30 hours per week
13-Jul
Pennsylvania Brandywine Heights Area School District Outsourced instructional aides
working 30 hours per week
13-Jun
Pennsylvania Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Capped
part-time hours at 29 per week
13-Mar
Pennsylvania Carnegie Museum Reduced hours for some part-time
employees below 30 per week
13-Jul
Pennsylvania Community College of Allegheny County Cut
hours for adjunct faculty and other part-time employees
12-Nov
Pennsylvania Dallas School District Capped hours for teacher aides
at fewer than 30 per week
13-May
Pennsylvania East Penn School District Reduced
hours for 11 food service workers to 29.75 per week
13-Jun
Pennsylvania Ephrata Area School District Capped hours of part-time
workers below 30 per week.
13-May
Pennsylvania Firstaff Nursing Services Inc. Plans
to cut full-time nurses and nursing assistantsto part-time and hire more
part-timers
13-Apr
Pennsylvania Friendship Community (group home for adults with
disabilities)
Cut part-time hours below 30 per
week
13-Sep
Pennsylvania General McLane School District Capped
part-time hours below 30 per week, affecting secretaries, instructional and
library aides, and cafeteria and custodial workers
13-May
Pennsylvania Hollywood Casino Cut part-timers to fewer than 30
hours per week
13-Sep
Pennsylvania Lancaster County Limited
part-time hours to a maximum of 29 per week
13-Feb
Pennsylvania Lancaster County School District Outsourced 100 of classroom
aides and food service workers to a private company
13-Apr
Pennsylvania Lawrence County Capped
part-time hours at 28 per week; later reversed move for deputies
13-Jul
Pennsylvania Lori’s Angels home care Cut hours of part-time workers
to 29.5 and shifted to only hiring part-time
13-Mar
Pennsylvania Penn
Manor School District
Outsourced
96 special-ed aides plus provision of substitute teachers to a private firm
13-Apr
Pennsylvania Philadelphia University Capped hours for adjunct faculty
at fewer than 30 per week, effective 2015
13-Aug
Pennsylvania Southern Lehigh School District Cut
hours of 51 part-time employees to under 30 per week
13-Jun
Pennsylvania Susquenita School District Cut part-time hours from 30 per
week to 29.5
13-Apr
Pennsylvania Tredyffrin-Easttown School District Cut
hours for part-time aides and paraprofessionals to 27.5 per week; suspended
cuts due to employer mandate delay
13-Jun
Pennsylvania West Perry School District Limit new instructional aides to
27.5 hours per week
11-Jan
South
Carolina
Kelly Professional Cleaning Services ObamaCare
employer penalties “will have to be recovered from existing employees in
the reduction of hours, wage rates and layoffs”
13-Jun
South Carolina Spartanburg Community College Cut hours for most adjunct
faculty below 30
13-Jun
South
Carolina
Tsunami Surf Shops Will
limit workers to fewer than 30 hours per week
13-Aug
Tennessee Cumberland University Capped course loads for adjunct
faculty at 27 hours per week
13-Jul
Tennessee Oneida
Special School District
Cut
most non-certified employees to 29 hours per week, but kept pay the same
13-Jul
Tennessee Regal Entertainment Group Operator of 500+ movie theaters
cut non-salaried worker hours below 30 per week
13-Apr
Tennessee Scott
County School System
Capped
hours of new non-certified hires below 30 per week
13-Jul
Tennessee Stewart County School System Reduced hours for school support
staff to 28 per week
13-Jul
Tennessee Washington County Reduced
hours for part-timers to fewer than 30 per week
13-Feb
Tennessee Wytheville Town Council Reduced limit on part-time hours
from 39 per week to 28
13-Feb
Texas Bee County Reduce
part-time employee hours to 24 per week.
13-Jul
Texas Consolidated
Restaurant Operations Inc
Limiting hours for new employees 13-Aug
Texas Dallas County Community College District Capped
courseloads for 2,500 adjunct faculty members
13-May
Texas Dave & Buster’s Cut hours of some employees to
28 per week
13-Aug
Texas Jim’s Restaurants Intends
to reduce hours of some workers; put plan on hold due to employer mandate
delay
13-Jul
Texas Lion & Rose British Restaurant and Pub Cut hourly full-time workers’
schedules to 28 hours per week
13-Jul
Texas Matagorda County Cut
hours part-timer can work from 40 per week to 29
13-Jun
Texas MTC Inc. restaurant management Shifted to only hiring part-time
workers
13-Jul
Texas Pillar Hotels & Resorts Stepped
up hiring of part-time workers among its 5,500 employees
12-Nov
Texas Plano Cut part-time hours below 30 per
week
13-May
Texas Sam Houston State University Limited
student work hours to 29 per week, impacting multiple-job holders
13-Sep
Texas Texas Christian University Reduced hours for adjunct
faculty and part-time employees, including students, to fewer than 30 per
week
13-Jun
Texas Wilson County Cut
part-timers to a maximum of 29 hours per week
13-Jun
Utah Alpine School District Cut part-time hours to a maximum
of 27.5 per week, avoiding $4.2 million cost
13-May
Utah Brigham Young University Capped
hours for part-timers, including students, at an average of 29 per week.
13-Apr
Utah Cedar City Capped hours for part-timers and
seasonal workers at 28 per week
13-May
Utah Deseret Industries (work training for war refugees) Cut
hours of most workers below 30 per week
13-May
Utah Granite School District Cut hours for part-time school
support staff to below 30 per week
13-Mar
Utah Millard School District Cut
hours for paraprofessionals from 6 to 5.75 per day
13-Jul
Utah Murray School District Cut part-time hours to a maximum
of 20 per week
13-Jun
Utah Nebo School District Cut
hours for part-timers to 28.75 per week and stop providing insurance for some
13-Jun
Utah Southern Utah Unversity Limited hourly workers,
including students, to 20 hours per week and capped adjunct teaching loads
13-Jun
Utah Utah Valley University Limited
hourly workers to a maximum of 28 hours per week and capped adjunct teaching
loads
13-Feb
Virgina Spotsylvania County Cut hours for part-timers to a
maximum of 28 per week
13-Apr
Virginia Campbell County Social Services Dept. Cut
hours of family educators, companion providers and part-timers to 29 per week
13-May
Virginia Chesterfield County Cut hours for up to
“several hundred” part-timers to 28 per week
13-Mar
Virginia Chesterfield Public Schools Cut
hours for part-timers to a maximum of 28 per week
13-Apr
Virginia Christoper Savvides restaurant & catering co. Stopped hiring full-time and
limited part-timers’ hours
13-Jul
Virginia Christopher Newport University Cut
hours for part-timers and adjunct faculty to 29 per week
13-Feb
Virginia College of William & Mary Cut hours for part-timers and
adjunct faculty to 29 per week
13-Feb
Virginia Dept. of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services Cut
hours for wage employees to a maximum of 29 per week
13-Feb
Virginia Dept. of Motor Vehicles Cut hours for wage employees to
a maximum of 29 per week
13-Feb
Virginia Dickenson County Public Schools Cut
hours for part-timers to a maximum of 29 per week
13-May
Virginia George
Mason University
Cut hourly wage workers,
including students and adjuncts, to a maximum of 29 hours per week
13-Feb
Virginia Grayson County Cut
hours for part-timers to a maximum of 28 per week
13-May
Virginia Henrico Country School District Limit hours for part-timers and
temps to 29 per week
13-Jun
Virginia James Madison University Cut
hourly wage workers, including students and adjuncts, to a maximum of 29
hours per week
13-Feb
Virginia K-VA-T Food Stores Capped hours for part-time
employees at under 30 per week
13-Aug
Virginia Longwood
University
Cut
hourly wage workers, including students and adjuncts, to a maximum of 29
hours per week
13-Feb
Virginia Louisa
County
Cut hours for part-time and
seasonal employees to 29 per week
13-Mar
Virginia Lynchburg Cut
hours for part-timers from about 32 per week to 28
13-Jun
Virginia Norfolk State University Cut hours for part-timers and
adjunct faculty to 29 per week
13-Feb
Virginia Old Dominion University Cut
hourly wage workers, including students and some adjuncts, to a maximum of 29
hours per week
13-Feb
Virginia Radford University Capped teaching loads for
adjunct faculty
13-Feb
Virginia Rappahannock Area Community Services Board  Cut
hours for part-timers to a maximum of 29 per week
13-Jun
Virginia Richmond Public Schools Cut part-time hours to a maximum
of 28 per week
13-Apr
Virginia Strasburg Lowered
cap on part-time hours from 35 to 29 per week
13-May
Virginia Tazewell County Lowered cap on part-time hours
from 32 to 29 per week
13-Apr
Virginia University of Mary Washington Cut
hourly wage workers, including students and adjuncts, to a maximum of 29
hours per week
13-Feb
Virginia Virginia Commonwealth University Cut hours for part-timers and
adjunct faculty to 29 per week
13-Feb
Virginia Virginia Community College System Cut
hours for part-timers and adjunct faculty to 29 per week
13-Feb
Virginia Virginia Dept. of Alcoholic Beverage Control Cut hours for part-time and
hourly wage workers to 29 per week
13-Feb
Virginia Virginia Dept. of Conservation and Recreation Cut
hours for part-time and hourly wage workers to 29 per week
13-Feb
Virginia Virginia Employment Commission Cut hours for part-time and
hourly wage workers to 29 per week
13-Feb
Virginia Virginia government (all other departments) Cut
hours for part-time and hourly wage workers to 29 per week
13-Feb
Virginia Wise County School Board Limit hours for part-time
workers to fewer than 30 per week
13-May
Virginia Wythe County Cut
hours for part-timers to a maximum of 28 per week
13-May
Virginia Wytheville Lowered cap on part-time hours
from 39 to 28 per week
13-Feb
Washington
DC
Clyde’s Restaurant Group Shifting
mix of workers toward more part-timers
13-Jun
West Virginia Blue Ridge Community And Technical College Capped adjunct teaching loads,
limiting work hours to no more than 29 per week
13-May
Wisconsin Chippewa County Cut
part-time hours below 30 per week
13-Apr
Wisconsin Land’s End Reduced hours for part-timers to
a maximum of 29 per week
13-Feb
Wisconsin Lomira School District Reduced
hours for classified staff to 29 per week
13-Feb
Wisconsin Minocqua-Hazelhurst-Lake
Tomahawk School District
Capped part-time hours below 30
per week
13-Jul
Wisconsin Mount Horeb Area School District Cut
paraprofessional hours to 25 per week
13-May
Wisconsin Trig’s
Supermarkets
Cut
hours for part-time workers below 30 per week.
13-Jul

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