Słownik dla poszukujących pracy - Krzysztof Czekierda
number of full-time employees
Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Payments in future years will be influenced by a time study to determine the number of full-time employees needed.
Militant runs its own newspaper, has a substantial number of full-time employees and its financial basis is mysterious.
In that same period, the board's annual budget has remained static and the number of full-time employees has remained the same, around 185.
MT-Energie has now reduced the number of full-time employees in Italy from 40 down to 15 and has pulled out of the US market.
A prospective member company must maintain a dedicated office space in compliance with applicable zoning regulations, and have a minimum number of full-time employees as established by the board.
Since then, these founding partners and Maui Land and Pineapple have invested nearly $1 million in cash and put a number of full-time employees to work running the business.
The support staff for the Union consists of a number of full-time employees, part-time student staff and volunteers from the elected Executive Committee and the Union Council.
That was a more pessimistic outlook on job growth than in 1995, when 50.8 percent of the companies said they increased the number of full-time employees and 10.5 percent said they cut jobs.
While Mr. Forman said there was no hiring freeze - "Obviously if someone leaves, we're going to replace them," he said - the company does not have plans to increase the number of full-time employees.
The Attorney General was authorized to waive any cap on the number of full-time employees (FTEs) assigned to the INS on the Northern border of the United States.
The DIL was founded in 1983 and is situated in the county of Osnabrück, one of the regions with the highest numbers of full-time employees and highest density of food industry enterprises in Germany.
The company said it planned to greatly reduce administrative ranks, letting it cut the number of full-time employees to 150 from 250 employed in August, when the company's new management first announced it had discovered millions of dollars of "accounting irregularities."
To reduce the financial impact of Obamacare, many businesses, including ours, will have to consider increasing the number of part-time employees (those who work less than 30 hours a week as defined under the health-care law) and reducing the number of full-time employees.
He said that a rule of thumb in the industry was that 0.7 multiplied by the number of rooms in a first-class hotel or motor inn would give you the number of full-time employees, whereas a luxury hotel has a ratio of one staff member for each guest.