## What is the time equivalent?

The calculation of full-time equivalent (FTE) is an employee’s scheduled hours divided by the employer’s hours for a full-time workweek. When an employer has a 40-hour workweek, employees who are scheduled to work 40 hours per week are 1.0 FTEs. Employees scheduled to work 20 hours per week are 0.5 FTEs.

**What does full-time or part-time equivalent mean?**

Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) is the measurement of how many full-time and part-time employees a company has. It is NOT headcount. Some people in your business may have only worked for part of the year, or are on part-time/casual arrangements.

**What is FTE explain with an example?**

1 FTE means 100% capacity, i.e. usually 8 hours a day (full-time) 0.5 FTE means 50% capacity, i.e. usually 4 hours a day (half-time) It is used to find out the requirement of human labor for a project or a task. It measures the labor capacity a project, activity or task needs.

### How do I convert part-time to full-time?

To calculate the full-time equivalent of part-time employees, add the number of hours worked by all part-time employees in a given month and divide the total by 120. This gives you the number of FTEs in your part-time workforce.

**How do you calculate part-time hours?**

As a general rule, managers usually hold part-time work hours at half of full-time hours (or maybe just a bit more). So, if full-time for your business is 40 hours per week, part-time is anywhere from 20 hours to 28 hours per week.

**How many hours is 1.5 FTE?**

The calculation: A part-time position (20 hours) corresponds to a FTE of 0.5. With three part-time positions, this results in a value of 1.5. 10 hours per week correspond to an FTE of 0.25.

## How many hours is .4 FTE?

Employees working 16 hours per week at a company whose full-time hours are 38 would also have an FTE of 0.4 (16 / 38 = 0.4). If your company considers full time to be 36 hours per week and an employee only scheduled for 24 hours, that employee’s FTE would be 0.6 (24 / 36 = 0.6).

**How is FTE calculated for part-time employees?**

To determine if your company is an ALE, you must include all FTEs in your total number. To calculate the full-time equivalent of part-time employees, add the number of hours worked by all part-time employees in a given month and divide the total by 120. This gives you the number of FTEs in your part-time workforce.

**What does FTE 50% mean?**

An individual working a 40-hour week (80-hour pay period) for an entire year is considered a 1.0 FTE employee. An employee working a 20-hour week (40-hour pay period) for an entire year is considered a . 50 FTE employee.