FTE


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FTE

abbr.
full-time equivalent
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class="GRcorrect">untill they reach the point where they are able to provide marketing for their own business," Ahmed Ashmawy, producer relations and development officer at FTE, said.
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The report also found that the campus overstated the noncredit FTEs for the office technology lab, by reporting more student hours than the maximum number specified in the approved course outline.
FTE has revenues of around $50 million, and it was reported that Pearson was looking for at least $100 million for the company.
Figure I shows how comparable figures can be derived for your laboratory, given your average hours per FTE.
A number of companies which increased their headcount achieved a decline in indirect costs per FTE, implying a tight control on overheads and sharing of infrastructure.
Michael Palleschi, President and CEO of FTE Networks, stated, Our team continues to meet and exceed the expectations of our valued customers.
Stifel, Nicolaus & company served as financial advisor and K&L Gates as legal advisor to FTE Networks.
For example, the number of days in January is 31, so the number of working hours for one FTE is equal to 177, while April has 30 days, making the accrual value 171 hours for each FTE.
Next, we divide that figure by the number of paid FTE hours in a day to arrive at the RUFTEs: 21.
On behalf of the entire FTE Networks team, we are honored to celebrate our recent uplisting and all of the hard work that it took to get us here at the New York Stock Exchange, our new home, said Michael Palleschi, President and CEO of FTE Networks.