RPE

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AcronymDefinition
RPERetinal Pigment Epithelium
RPERegular Physical Education
RPERating of Perceived Exertion (exercise)
RPERespiratory Protective Equipment
RPEReturn if Parity Even
RPERadio Paging Equipment
RPERemote Peripheral Equipment
RPEReceiver Parity Error
RPERegistered Professional Engineer
RPERésonance Paramagnétique Electronique (French: Paramagnetic Electronic Resonance)
RPER-Phycoerythrin
RPERestaurant Pro Express (software)
RPERevenue per Email
RPERegular Pulse Excitation
RPERetail Price Equivalent (automobiles)
RPERègles Pénitentiaires Européennes (French: European Prison Rules)
RPERapid Palatal Expansion (medical device used in dentistry to expand the palate)
RPERules of Procedure and Evidence (International Criminal Court)
RPERevenue per Employee (financial management ratio)
RPERPE, Inc. (not an acronym; formerly Russet Potato Exchange; Bancroft, WI)
RPERéserve Pays Emergents (French: Emerging Country Reserve; intergovernmental loan)
RPERadiation Pattern Envelope (antenna gain pattern characteristic)
RPERapid Prototyping Environment
RPERevêtement Plastique Epais (French: Thick Plastic Coating)
RPERaid Provence Extrème (French bicycle tour)
RPEReliability Project Engineer (various companies)
RPERocket Propulsion Establishment (UK)
RPEReward Prediction Error (neurology)
RPERelative Pointing Error (engineering)
RPEResume Producing Event (industry slang)
RPERecreational Power Engineering (aircraft engine manufacturer; Tiffin, OH)
RPERemote Program Execution
RPERoyal Penguin Empire (gaming group)
RPERange Probable Error
RPERequest for Product Enhancement
RPERéseau Petite Enfance (French: Early Childhood Network)
RPEReceive, Process & Exploit
RPERating/Rate of Perceived Exertion
RPERectangular Pixel Encoding
RPERecursive Pseudo-Exhaustive
RPERepair Parts Estimate
RPERelated Payroll Expense
RPEReceiver Performance Evaluation
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The report also provides insights on customer base, number of deals between CRO's and Pharmaceutical /biotech firms, global FTE rates, employee strength & number of companies, revenue per employee of major players, therapeutic area gap analysis and successful research collaboration outcomes of selected CRO's and Sponsors, which are likely to have an impact on the DDO market in the foreseeable future.
Revenue per employee. This metric dropped about 8.3% during the recession indicating that company revenues shrunk faster than companies could shed their employees.
Zia can auto-blend data and understand questions that span across business apps - e.g., "Give me the revenue per employee" - where revenue comes from the accounting app, and employee count comes from the HR app.
"Our aim is to exceed PS1m of revenue per employee."
And its revenue per employee pales in comparison with that of rival steelmaker Nucor Corp (NUE.N).
Productivity-A good overall measure of employee productivity is total revenue per employee. Keep in mind that total revenue per employee can be distorted by inflation, so use caution when analyzing this ratio over time.
Firms focused on compliance work spent an average of 294 hours per client, generating $75,000 in revenue per employee.
Meanwhile, with around 19,000 employees, Egypt's ITO export space generated an average revenue per employee of $40,000 in 2017.
Also, they don't have more than 25% growth from M&A activity as well as rank in the top quartile for compound annual growth, operating margin and revenue per employee.
He claimed the workforce has fallen by more than 20%, while productivity measured in revenue per employee has grown by 42% and criticised a "decade-long pay freeze".
It and has brought in significant increases in critical business aspects, including resource utilization, team productivity, employee learning and development, and increase in revenue per employee. The framework has also created more career and growth opportunities, while resulting in an overall drop in attrition.
They typically generate 26 per cent more revenue per employee than their peers, have 40 per cent lower voluntary turnover among high-performers and were 28 per cent less likely to downsize during the global financial crisis.