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Georgia State Code
Title      45
Chapter      18  
Section Navigation     1 ... 7.1       7.2 ... 11    
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Title 45, Chapter 18, Section 50 (45-18-50)

As used in this article, the term:

(1) "Board" means the State Personnel Board.

(2) "Council" means the Employee Benefit Plan Council established in Code Section 45-18-51.

(3) "Employee" means a member of the General Assembly or a person who works full time for the state and receives his compensation in a direct payment from a department, agency, authority, or institution of state government; a county department of family and children services or a county department of health; a member of any local board of education; and public schoolteachers and public school employees as defined in Code Sections 20-2-880 and 20-2-910, exclusive of the members, employees, and officials of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia.

(4) "Full time" means the employment of a person who works at least 30 hours per week and whose employment is intended to be continuing employment. This would exclude any student, seasonal, intermittent, or part-time employment; provided, however, that public schoolteachers and public school employees as defined in Code Sections 20-2-880 and 20-2-910 shall be deemed to be employed full time for the purposes of this article. This would also exclude employment intended for only a very limited duration or in a sheltered employment program for the purpose of training or transitioning a person into the continued employment environment.

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