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If I am working 40 a week for an employer who offers full time benefits to other employees, how can I not receive full benefits as well?

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You need to check with your local city or state government on whether or not an employer is required to offer benefits to all employees if to any at all.

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Perhaps you were hired as part-time/casual.

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I would say obviously because you work for a temp service/contractor.

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Are you temporary or seasonal?

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YOU HAVE NOT BEEN THERE LONG ENOUGH FOR THE GRACE PERIOD to be met -- oops on the caps ..

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Could be any of the above. Wondering why you don't know why? Should have been explained to you? Check with your boss or your personnel department.

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Speak to HR about your lack of benifits.

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you could have been hired as full time. W/O benefits

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Ask your boss about it

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