# What is considered full-time for FTE?

## What is considered full-time for FTE?

The ACA considers 30 hours per week or more as full time. You must follow this definition, even if your company policy defines full-time employment differently. Therefore, under ACA, any employee who works 30 or more hours equals 1 FTE.

## How do I calculate FTE?

To determine your total FTE, add the total part-time hours worked, plus the total full-time hours worked. From there, if your full-time hours are 40 per week, divide the number by 2,080.

How does SBA calculate FTE?

*To calculate your FTE, you can use one of the following methods:

1. Enter the average number of hours each employee worked per week, divide by 40, and round to the nearest tenth (maximum, 1.0).
2. Assign a 1.0 for employees who work 40 hours or more per week and 0.5 for employees who work fewer hours.

### What is maximum FTE?

According to the Federal government of the United States, FTE is defined by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) as the number of total hours worked divided by the maximum number of compensable hours in a full-time schedule as defined by law.

### What is a 0.8 FTE?

A 100% FTE is the same as a 1.0 FTE — it may point to one person working a full-time schedule or several people fulfilling the duties of 1 full-time position. In one company, a full-time schedule may be 40 hours per week. On the other hand, the FTE for individual employees may be: 80% (0.8) FTE. 75% (0.75) FTE.

How many hours is 1 FTE monthly?

173.33 hours
Solution: First, find how many hours 1 FTE works in 1 month: (40 hours per week X 52 weeks per year) / 12 months per year = 173.33 hours per month.

## Do owners count as employees for PPP FTE?

The denominator of the FTE ratio (average weekly FTEs of each employee during the reference period) is listed on line 11 of PPP Schedule A. (Because sole proprietors and partners are not employees, they would be excluded from the denominator.)

## How do you convert FTE to hours?

How to calculate FTE and/or Standard Hours:

1. FTE – Standard Hours per week divided by 40 hours equals FTE.
2. Standard Hours – FTE multiplied by 40 hours equals Standard Hours.