##### Asked by: Rolindes Geilenkirchen

asked in category: General Last Updated: 30th April, 2020# What is partial measure productivity?

**partial productivity measure**relates output to a single input. A

**partial productivity measure**relates output to a single input; examples include labour

**productivity**(output per hour worked), capital

**productivity**(output per unit of capital), and energy

**productivity**(output per joule of energy used).

Also asked, how do you calculate partial productivity?

Total **Productivity** and **Partial Productivity Measure**: It is **calculated** by dividing the value of all the inputs employed by the total sales. The **partial productivity measures** the efficiency of a single input employed by the firm. It is **calculated** by dividing the dollar value of the input by the total sales.

Additionally, what are the measures of productivity? Often, a **productivity measure** is expressed as the ratio of an aggregate output to a single input or an aggregate input used in a production process, i.e. output per unit of input, typically over a specific period of time. Most common example is the (aggregate) labour **productivity measure**, e.g., such as GDP per worker.

Also know, what do you mean by total productivity and partial productivity?

ABSTRACT A **partial productivity** measure relates output to a single input. **Total factor productivity** (or TFP) relates an index of output to a composite index of all inputs.

How do you measure productivity at work?

You can **measure** employee **productivity** with the labor **productivity** equation: total output / total input. Let's say your company generated $80,000 worth of goods or services (output) utilizing 1,500 labor hours (input). To calculate your company's labor **productivity**, you would divide 80,000 by 1,500, which equals 53.