FTE


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FTE

(Full-Time Equivalent) See healthcare IT.
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FTE describes themselves as "An alternative trade movement" that aims to provide the help and assistance artisans need to keep their products competitive among other ones in the market.
The centers having the lowest general and total operating costs per FTE APN were Centers B and F.
It's also reported that Pearson has reopened negotiations with some of the original bidders for FTE, including McGraw-Hill, publisher of Platt's Oilgram.
Direct and indirect costs per FTE and percentage change in FTE strength
FTE Networks is on the leading edge of network transformation helping communications service providers, government and enterprise customers evolve their networks to meet advancing technology requirements via network infrastructure, and edge computing solutions to quickly enhance service innovation and deliver new revenue streams.
The cost center's volume/FTE is sensitive to how changes in volumes relate to the number of TTL FTEs.
In order to make the comparisons more meaningful, we will compute FTEs on the basis of a clinical laboratory with 27 employees (18 full time and 9 part time) and a workload for one month (May) of 318,765 CAP units (minutes).
These new assets enable FTE to further expand its position in the St.
Schools can adjust the variables in the formula (such as class size and number of periods taught by each FTE teacher) to fit their own needs.
3, 4 and 5), but the biggest deal is expected to be the sale of FTE, which has annual revenues of about $50 million.