Employment of an individual for 40 hours per week.
a basis whereby an Employee is employed by the Company for, at least, a set number of hours determined by the Company and stated in the Eligibility section of this document. Such work may occur either at the usual place of business of the Company or at a location to which the business of the Company requires the Employee to travel, and for which he receives regular earnings from the Company.
Working at least 30 hours per week in a position that is expected to last at least three months.
An employee's employment that is based upon a contract of employment for a standard hours engagement (generally between 38 to 40 hours per week). Full-time employees are paid either a wage based upon an hourly rate or a set salary. See also Part-Time and Casual Employment
employment which requires a person to work for the full ordinary working hours of every week.
A full-time employee is employed on a regular and on-going basis. The Minimum Conditions of Employment Act 1993 determines a full-time week to be 38 hours. See Full-time and Part-time Employment section for more information.
A full-time employed worker, according to the CPS, is one who worked primarily at full-time civilian jobs 50 weeks or more during the preceding calendar year.
Employment for the full normal workday of the employing agency, beginning on the first day of the school year.
Persons who usually work 30 hours or more per week at their main or only job.
According to Statistics Canada, Full-time Employment is a condition of work where employed individuals work 30 hours or more per week in their main job. Source: Statistics Canada: Guide to the Labour Force Survey (2006)