What does biweekly mean whenever it comes to shifts?
I have a job interview for a job and the postion hours are as followed:
Position Schedule: Position hours are 4:00pm-7:30pm, and 6:30am-2:30pm. Working 30 hours biweekly.
Is the biweekly twice a month? And how do they go about pay periods for biweekly shifts?
Can someone tell me how they pay people working this ****?
I meant shift. :-)
- Anonymous8 years agoFavorite Answer
Biweekly means every 2 weeks.
Its very common for companies to pay their employees every 2 weeks. So this position would add up to 30 hours of work every 2 weeks, or average about 15 hours per week.
- KateyLv 58 years ago
Bi means two.
Biweekly means 2 weeks. or (14 days)
So 30 hours biweekly is 15 hours a week =)
- cokecollector08Lv 48 years ago
Biweekly means you get paid every 2 weeks. I once had a job that did this and I had to learn to budget my money to last that long before the next check but it's possible.
- Anonymous8 years ago
every 2 weeks or twice a month