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full-time equivalent

A calculation used by an enterprise (e.g., free-standing health clinics, hospitals) to determine its labour needs, defined as the total hours worked (usually understood to mean by workers in non-managerial roles) divided by the average annual hours worked in full-time jobs.
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Non-EU students at Cardiff University generate PS93m for the Welsh economy or 792 full-time equivalent jobs.
The penalty is $250 per month for each subsidized employee; the maximum penalty per year is $3,000 per full-time equivalent employee above 30 employees.
2010-11: $123.4 million; 1,496 full-time equivalent
In 2014, nondeductible penalties will be imposed on employers who have 50 or more full-time equivalent employees and do not provide minimum essential coverage, as defined by the Secretary of Health and Human Services, to full-time employees.
* At the end of February there were 170 full-time equivalent Police Community Support Officers which was less than the 182.5 PCSOs expected to be in post.
In 2010/11, Unison had seven full-time equivalent union officers in Liverpool City Council, which was an increase of two on the previous year.
"The actual number of full-time equivalent faculty, readily available in the University's statistical handbook, is 2,493.
That brings the total to some 700 full-time equivalent jobs created though federal stimulus money from April to August.
Two months after eliminating 35 full-time equivalent positions, The Register-Guard in Eugene, Ore., swung the axe again Monday, cutting the equivalent of 16 full-time positions, or 5.9% of the staff.
But the number of Strathclyde full-time equivalent officers at the end of March was 7619 - 184 fewer than last June.
'This issue is now resolved, with the Department agreeing that the weighting given to full-time postgraduate student midwives is 0.5 full-time equivalent,' she said.
The law also requires CMS to add 100 full-time equivalent employees to work with states in support of their Medicaid program integrity efforts.