"There are now 7,302 more full-time equivalent
health professionals in primary care than three years ago, exceeding the additional 5,000 by 2020 target."
22.6 * Deaths per 100,000 full-time equivalent
workers in the U.S.
Yet another complication is the transition from "eligible" employees to full-time equivalent
It was reported that the closure puts 55 full-time and 31 full-time equivalent
jobs at risk.
Cardiff University created 5,319 full-time equivalent
jobs across a range of occupations and skill levels.
The employer mandate impacts employers with 50 or more full-time and/or full-time equivalent
employees by requiring these employers to do in-depth workforce tracking to determine individual employees eligibility.
The newspaper says the college will be able to count the inmate students into its Full-Time Equivalent
(b) To physically expand the school size to add 26 full-time equivalent
nursery places and 36 full-time equivalent
For example, if an employer has 10 part-time employees who work 21 hours each week for one month, 5 employees who work 30 hours each week for one month, and 40 employees who work 40 or more hours per week for one month, the employer has 52 full-time equivalent
employees for that month, computed as follows: 21 hours x 4 weeks x 10 employees = 840 hours per month + 120 hours = 7 full-time equivalent
employees + 5 employees who work 30 hours per week + 40 full-time employees = 52 full-time equivalent
Cabinet member for education and lifelong learning Julia Magill said: "It is clear from the responses that we need to consider delivering a new school which can accommodate a two-form entry with 48 full-time equivalent
Companies with 25 or fewer full-time equivalent
employees are currently eligible for a tax credit of up to 35% of what they pay for employee health insurance (Sec.
2012-13: $117.9 million, 1,341 full-time equivalent