FTE


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FTE

abbr.
full-time equivalent
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During the same reporting period - from March 26 to June 24 - the teacher absence level stood at 1.95 days lost per FTE worker, which was 0.41 above the target of 1.54 days.
police officer numbers have increased by 8 FTE officers (+0.05%) in the last quarter from 31 March 2019
EMEA's Future Travel Experience Ancillary Startup Awards (FTE) has announced travel technology provider SeeVoov has been honored for its B2B video-based travel platform, the company said.
This article fills this information gap, finding that there were about 2.3 workers for each average or FTE job.
* Information: Down 0.8 incidents per 100 FTE workers from 2017.
FTE's resilient financial profile evidenced by high debt service coverage and moderate leverage metrics mitigates concern regarding future debt issuance and remains commensurate with its 'AA' rating.
The biggest cut was in classroom teachers, with FTE numbers falling by 250 from 9,909 to 9,659.
The projected clinical FTE number entering the workforce each year was 107; this number was impacted significantly by gender and generational trends.
FTE Asia EXPO 2017 is Asia's biggest free to attend passenger experience and business performance expo, and will attract 2,500 air transport and travel sector executives, representing a wide range of organisations including airlines, airports, suppliers, ground handlers, technology companies and industry associations.
This resulted in a need for an average of 34 nurses per shift, with the actual staffing availability of 28 nurses per shift, based on the filled RN FTE positions (see Table 1).
26 April 2017 - US-based network infrastructure solutions provider FTE Networks, Inc.
Data from the Department for Health shows that there has been a 25% reduction in the number of 'full time equivalent' (FTE) GPs in the NHS Sunderland Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) between 2013 and 2015.