profit per employee

profit per employee

an accounting ratio which expresses a firm's PROFIT as a proportion of its size, measured in terms of numbers of employees. Where a company employs a high proportion of part-time workers, employee numbers may need to be adjusted to full-time equivalent numbers to assist comparability. Alternatively profit may be expressed as a proportion of total employee remuneration.
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The group had 77,000 employees, a figure that was unchanged in the year in focus, giving a profit per employee figure of a little more than PS29,000.
(So I don't understand why I'm put on hold for a dozen minutes whenever I call Verizon's help desk.) This year, Verizon's employees may be responsible for $19 billion in total income, or about $122,000 of profit per employee. AT&T also expects to post $19 billion, but with $76,000 of profit per employee.
Despite an additional head count and an increase in overhead expenses, net profit per employee rose by 25% over the previous year.
The results, she says, are evident - profit per employee has jumped from Rs 70.76 lakh in March 2013 to Rs 96.23 lakh at the end of March 2016.
Profit per employee in Serbian trade for the period 2008-2013 is showed in Table 11.
"The gross profit margin as a percentage of sales was 17% (2014: 17%), with the gross profit per employee PS28,545 (2014: PS31,219).
(N=600 enterprises) Absences 62,20% Average profit per employee 23,70% Economic added value of human capital 12,50% Employee rotation costs 32,30% Employee training costs 52,30% Employees' experience 27,70% Fluctuation and employee replacement time 38,70% None of the above 16,80% Percentage of trained employees 29,80% Remuneration-related costs 78,30% Return on human capital investment 16,30% Time devoted to training 28,50% Note: Table made from bar graph.
number one in asset size, highest net worth, highest market capitalisation, highest profit, highest EPS, highest profit per employee and lowest non-performing loans and largest market capitalisation on the MSM in the sector.
Floorcovering retailers continue to benefit from rising average sales per employee, with profit per employee rates rising by around 1% a year on average.
Our business per employee and profit per employee figures are comparable/ better in the banking sector.
Profit per employee in Mashreq retail is Dh750,000 per individual per year.
The various ratios used are capital adequacy ratio, debt equity ratio, net NPA to net advances ration, interest income to total assets ratio, interest expense to total assets, operating expenses to total assets, profit per employee, business per employee, credit deposit ratio, net profit to total assets ratio, return on assets, return on equity, spread to total assets, earning per share and cash deposit ratio.