Revenue per Employee


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Revenue per Employee

The revenue that a company generates over a given period of time divided by the number of employees. Companies seek to have the highest possible revenue per employee. Analysts often compare revenue per employee of different companies in the same industry to measure productivity.
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When companies systematically pick the right managers, they can achieve 27% higher revenue per employee than average.
It uses days sales outstanding (DSO) benchmarking to improve collection effectiveness, as well as revenue per employee and expenses per headcount to drive hiring trends and sales.
A 100-employee corporation that takes in $20 million a year has revenue per employee of $200,000.
For example, some semiconductor companies generate productivity figures of less than $100,000 in revenue per employee per year.
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Each of the offices where there is an employee-benefits department will get a matrix--and at the top is a list of the offices like Daytona Beach, Phoenix and Atlanta, and down the side is a list of what we feel are important details that are relative to the operation of that department--number of employees, revenue per employee, employee compensation, number of producers in the department, how is rent allocated in that department and what is the overhead charge from the local office.
Even with its current downsizing, AT&T is still playing catch-up with MCI and Sprint in terms of revenue per employee.
Credit reporting is capital-intensive: average annual revenue per employee is about $400,000; credit collection is labor-intensive: average annual revenue per employee is about $85,000.
SEMCI is a work-flow matter, simply stated, and I'm looking for a more efficient work flow so I can maximize revenue per employee, which keeps me in business," Anderson said.
Though not solely the result of our incentive plans, productivity rose about five-fold in the past decade: Revenue per employee jumped to almost $350,000 from $75,000.