Productivity Ratio: Formula, Calculation & Analysis


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Which of the following is not a measure of input?

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1. Amy is comparing the productivity ratios today of 4 of her waitstaff. Brian served 24 tables during his 6 hour shift. Vivian worked a double shift consisting of 12 hours and served 52 tables. Ethan only worked 4 hours and served 23 tables. Carrie worked for an hour because she got sick and she served 5 tables. What is the solved productivity ratio of the most successful waiter?

2. Randy was the chief financial officer of a car manufacturing company. In June, his employees totaled 5,000 hours of work and manufactured 300 cars. What was his company's productivity ratio for the month of June?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz/worksheet combo will test your knowledge of calculating the productivity ratio and how it affects the production of a product or service

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

In these assessments, you will discover your knowledge of the following:

  • What is not a measure of input
  • How to determine the solved productivity ratio
  • How to identify the most productive month for a company

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding what is not a measure of input and why it is different
  • Knowledge application use your knowledge to answer questions about determining the solved productivity ratio of employees and how it compares to hours worked and products produced
  • Interpreting information - verify you can read information regarding how to identify the most productive month for a company while finding the reasons for its higher productivity and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

Continue to ascertain information about calculating the productivity ratio by reviewing the lesson called Productivity Ratio: Formula, Calculation & Analysis. The lesson will cover the following areas:

  • A definition of the productivity ratio
  • An example and analysis of how the production ratio works
  • Calculating the productivity of financial advisors