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The local government worker absence level of 3.28 days lost per FTE employee is 1.36 days above the target of 1.92.
The company won the start-up awards at the Future Travel Experience Ancillary (FTE) in Istanbul.
As such, it is a measure of the number of FTE positions in agriculture in California.
Louisiana's 2017 incidence rate was 64.7 cases per 10,000 FTE workers when considering nonfatal workplace injuries or illnesses resulting in missed work, compared to 70.5 cases per 10,000 FTE in 2016.
FTE's toll roads comprise a critical, mature transportation system underpinned by a large commuter base and limited competition.
The FTE numbers give a more accurate view of the teaching strength of schools than a simple headcount, by adjusting for staff in parttime roles.
Tan Lye Teck, executive vice president, Airport Management, Changi Airport Group, said: "Changi Airport Group is pleased to support FTE Asia EXPO 2017 as Headline Partner, to bring together like-minded industry experts to share the latest trends and technologies, and find solutions to enhance the travel experience of passengers worldwide."
This tool provided a methodology to analyze how integrating the six key staffing factors with the potential decisions leaders would make on FTE RN allocation impacts future staffing plans.
The transaction will enable FTE to deliver integrated network services, advanced technology, and construction management services on the largest and most complex projects, from conception to completion.
FTE GPs refers to the number of hours staff spend working in the role, rather than simply how many are employed under the GP title.
Interviews for Palmer's replacement took place early this month and hopefully the new organiser would start in the 0.75 full-time equivalent (FTE) role in September, Alexander said.
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