9 million, representing $30,000 for each researcher in full time equivalent
ITCC's academic year 2004-2005 full time equivalent
enrollment of 42,426 is 49% higher than the level in academic year 2000-2001.
Published in the inaugural Sunday Times PA Consulting Inward Investment Track 50 on June 8, 2014, the league table ranks multinationals by their UK Full Time Equivalent
(FTE) staff numbers and focusses on employment as an important part of the economy.
The Domestic Staffing division, headed by Jennifer Herzog, has found that there are already a large number of candidates in individual hospitals working as agency or per diem nurses that can be re-engineered to a Full Time Equivalent
Full time equivalent
(FTE) enrollment has remained relatively flat since fall 1998 when FTE enrollment was 944.
Not only has the county implemented a broad-based spending reduction plan, which reduced full time equivalent
staffing by 1,324 (13% of total) since 2001, but voters approved increased property taxes for health and human services.
Approximately 32% of the full time equivalent
faculty is part time with one year contracts and no union representation.
Legal-Ease for Planning allows firms to manage financial performance through robust capabilities including: Core Budgeting and Forecasting, Financial Reporting and Analysis, Full Time Equivalent
(FTE) Planning and Control, Analysis and Modeling Down to the Details, and Revenue Forecasting.