I was hired it work a 20 hour a week position, my medical benefit cost was based on that position. 4 months age my hours were increased to 32 hours a week. This is considered a full time position, my medical benefit costs should have been decreased signif

Hired June 2015 to work a 20 hour a week position. Approached spring 2016, either increase your hours in September to 32 hours a week or you will no longer have a position. I contacted the benefits department in August to let them know I was increasing my hours, did I need to do anything to change my benefits costs. I increased my hours to 32 hours in September 2016. At that time I should have seen a decrease in my medical benefits cost. In October I contacted the benefit coordinator to let her know I was still being charged the same amount as before. It was at that time it came to light my supervisor had never placed the change of position paperwork. Because of that my position continued to look like a 20 hour position. She took little ownership, suggested I email HR. Since then I have continued to pay higher costs for my benefits. I feel I should be compensated for not only the additional costs I have paid but also additional PTO time I should have been earning.

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