employee ratios

employee ratios

accounting ratios which attempt to assess the productivity and efficiency of a firm's labour force; for example, net profit per employee or sales per employee. See ACCOUNTING RATIO.
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Tech tenants still waiting for bigger piggy banks "cram people in" to tertiary locations and sustain high square foot per employee ratios.
The rub is that early on in the life cycle of these companies they will accept very high sf per employee ratios.
It ( Bill) also imposes restrictions on the manpower that Indian companies can deploy at customer sites and a three- year period in which certain employee ratios have to be met failing which a company can be banned, which is unfair and discriminatory," Mittal added.
He warned the Ministry of Labor's offer to compensate businesses that experience loss as a result of the decision, might lead to corruption and false reporting of employee ratios and ultimately shift the burden to the consumer.
According to the 2004 Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) Cost Survey, employee ratios per physician in most practices is 2.
This ratio is much better than some of their main Internet-based competitors that have provider to employee ratios in the 18:1 to 66:1 range.
I chose the numbers in the study precisely to reflect the fact that the new policy allowed for employee ratios to become more representational of national demographics," Lowery said.
ITXC already has one of the highest revenue per employee ratios in the industry and we are sharing that efficiency with our affiliates.
7 Average Children-to- Employee Ratio Not-for-Profit 11.

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