Net income per employee

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Net Income per Employee (NIPE) is a company's net income divided by the number of employees. In general, the higher the number, the more efficient the company uses its employees, however the numbers are only directly comparable when comparing companies of a very similar nature. There are no rules about what constitutes a good level of income per employee, or a bad level.[1]

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