Full-Time Equivalent (FTE)

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Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) . February 8, 2007. Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) . FTE = Unit of Measure of a worker’s productivity or effort. FTE ≠ Count. Head. Leave. Units of Measure - 4 Types of Hrs. Productive Hours – hours charged to a project. Paid Leave Hours:.

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February 8, 2007

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### Full-Time Equivalent (FTE)

FTE = Unit of Measure of a worker’s productivity or effort

FTE ≠ Count

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Leave

### Units of Measure - 4 Types of Hrs

• Productive Hours – hours charged to a project
• Paid Leave Hours:
• Overtime Hours

not in FTE calc

• Leave w/o Pay (LWOP) – not in FTE calc

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### Units of Measure – Work Month

Work Month = Productive Hours in Acctg Period / Available Hour in Acctg Period

Available hours for monthly (MON) employees are different from bi-weekly (BWK) employees because of their differences in time reporting to LDRS and General Ledger in any given month.

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### FTE Calculation

FTE = FTE Factor x Work Month of each employee

FTE Factor =

(Σ Productive Hours + Σ Paid Leave Hours)

Σ Productive Hours

calculated for each paygoup (MON or BWK) at the Level 1 division – employee’s home organization

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### Paid Leave Factor (PLF)

PLF = 1 / FTE Factor

PLF = (Σ Productive Hours)

(Σ Productive Hours + Σ Paid Leave Hours)

FTE = Employee Work Month / PLF

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### Example

Assume Division A has 4 MON and 3 BWK Employees

For each MON employee:

Available Hrs = 22 Days x 8 Hrs/Day = 176 Hrs

For each BWK employee:

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### Example - Bi-weekly (BWK)

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• Adjustments for late time entry or corrections to hours reported in prior reporting periods.
• If the prior time reporting period occurs in the same accounting period as the current time reporting period, then adjustment hours are included in the FTE calculations.
• If the adjustment is not for the current reporting period, an Adjusting FTE is calculated and will be included in calculating YTD FTE.

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### Key Points

• Standard calculation for LBNL FTE reports.
• FTE Calculation based on FTE Factor of whole L1 Division (home organization).
• FTE of an employee can be > 1.0 or 0.
• FTE calculation excludes LWOP and overtime.
• YTD Ave FTE calculation includes FTE adjustments.

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FY06 FTE

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FY06 YTD Ave FTE

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For Oct, 2006

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### Sample Effort Analyzer Report 3

For Oct, 2006 cont’d

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