DEFINITION of 'Revenue Per Employee'
An important ratio that looks at a company's sales in relation to the number of employees they have. It is calculated as:
INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Revenue Per Employee'
This ratio is most useful when compared against other companies in the same industry. Ideally, a company wants the highest revenue per employee possible, as it denotes higher productivity.
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