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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42% What they say revenue per employee has grown by in that time 20% What the unions say the workforce has fallen by in the past decade
Additionally, the survey found agencies that use cloud technology have 16 percent higher revenue per employee than those that don't.
Gallup has discovered that four human capital strategies combine in a powerful way to add up to 59% more growth in revenue per employee.
Sales productivity was measured by new face-to-face conversations per employee per month; new accounts per employee per month; and new revenue per employee per month.
TOP CORPORATE PERFORMERS BY REVENUE PER EMPLOYEE RANK COMPANY SECTOR EMPLOYEES 2009 1 Petrobras, Brazil Energy 76,919 2 Telefonica, Spain Tech 51,606 3 Pemex, Mexico Energy 145,146 4 America Movil, Mexico Tech 53,661 5 Vale, Brazil Mining 60,036 6 Gerdau, Brazil Steel 38,161 7 JBS, Brazil Food 55,261 8 Cemex, Mexico Cement 47,624 9 Telmex Intl.
Bersin & Associates' 2009 Talent Management Factbook reported that organizations with superior talent management experience 26% higher revenue per employee and a 40% lower turnover among high performers.
Revenue per Employee = $1,500,000 / 6 = $250,000 Revenue per Payroll Dollar Spent = $1,500,000 / 280,000 = $5.
The previous-period results CPAs traditionally look at (net income, earnings per share and revenue per employee, for example) are essential data, but they provide little insight about what's down the road.
The average revenue per employee at Cisco is on the order of $800,000.
If you run a consulting firm with Revenue Per Employee of $300,000, you're obviously going to need and want a much different desktop platform for your employees than you you run a widget manufacturer with an RPE $150,000.
The revenue per employee per hour is about the same and may even be higher for the less-capital-intensive salon.