Not per our CBA, but I'll be starting my full time shift this Sunday.
CBA said:11.2 Definition of Regular Full-Time Employee
Regular full-time employees will be those employees who are designated as such by the Employer and are defined as those employees who are regularly scheduled to work a schedule predetermined by the Employer which consists of forty (40) hours per week or more.
Any full-time employee whose work hours per week fall below forty (40) for a period of eight (8) continuous weeks shall have their status changed to part-time if such absence was for reasons other than being on a scheduled vacation or an approved leave of absence.
11.3 Definition of Regular Part-Time Employee
Regular part-time employees will be those employees who are designated as such by the Employer and who are regularly scheduled to work less than forty (40) hours per week. Part-time employees who work forty (40) or more hours each week for more than six (6) months shall have the option to change their status to full-time.
It doesn't appear to be a universal discount. I was on duty and in uniform and paid full price. Not that I expected to pay anything less nor did I ask for a discount, but after reading your post I was curious to see.Just went to Chick-Fil-A for dinner. Apparently they have a Fire/EMS discount...my $7.38 meal turned into $4.33 after a $3.98 discount I never knew they had, I was just too lazy to take off my uniform shirt on my way home lol, might have to stop there more often haha
Hmm...I wonder if it's a franchise by franchise thing?It doesn't appear to be a universal discount. I was on duty and in uniform and paid full price. Not that I expected to pay anything less nor did I ask for a discount, but after reading your post I was curious to see.
What is a solo medic in your system? Is it really just what it says on the tin? I'd like to know out of interest and being only familiar with NJ's configurations.I should be cleared to work as a solo medic after tomorrow's shift. Thank god, I get queasy riding around in the box all day. (Zofran ODT FTW)