What is Full-Time Employees?
Full-Time Employees generally work more than 4 days or 30 hours a week and are permanently employed, as opposed to being temporary or seasonal. In many countries, a Full-Time Employee is also entitled to health-care benefits and vacation pay among other legal employment standards.Alternate names: Headcount, Staff
How to calculate Full-Time Employees
More about this metric
Contractors, students, volunteers, and any other temporary staff are not counted as a Full-Time Employee.
Other employee classifications are part-time, contract, and student / intern. For financial purposes, a calculated value of Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) is often used to understand the total contribution of all employee classifications.
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