How much do your employees worth?

Human resources are the most important asset of a company, their wellness and happiness on the job environment may change dramatically the performance of the firm and make the difference between glory and failure.

Having a winning strategy on employee’s expansion policy is of extreme importance and whether you are a one-man start-up or a HR executive in a wealthy corporation, you probably asked million times the old-as-time Hamletic question : should i hire a new resource in my company?

Statistic: Revenue per employee of selected tech companies in 2015 (in U.S. dollars) | Statista
Find more statistics at Statista

Well, to be honest, such a question is far less Hamletic if you work in the HR department of one of the above companies and corporations.

According to Statista.com in fact, the most important tech companies have astonishing values of revenue per employee ratios. Apple lead the group with over 2mUS$ but also Netflix, Facebook and Google scored important results breaking the 1mUS$ per employee barrier.

Such a results are even more impressive if compared to IT companies ones.

Statistic: Revenue per employee of major IT services vendors worldwide (in U.S. dollars) | Statista
Find more statistics at Statista

The best of them is IBM with a 289kUS$ per employee ratio.

What’s the magic formula of these companies? How can they get to such results? Of course is the high value of their human resources but the key is, in my opinion, the job environment they were able to set up.

The vision of their founders had as main goal to create a system where you can’t go wrong or make mistakes, a well designed set of procedure and habits that make great people even brighter to turn creativity into innovation.

Keep this in mind when you’ll establish your next startup!


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