turnover rate

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Noun1.turnover rate - the ratio of the number of workers that had to be replaced in a given time period to the average number of workersturnover rate - the ratio of the number of workers that had to be replaced in a given time period to the average number of workers
ratio - the relative magnitudes of two quantities (usually expressed as a quotient)
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Market liquidity is also low, with turnover ratio of less than 1 percent in Swaziland compared with about 29 percent in Mexico.
However, traded stocks and turnover ratio are significantly enhancing economic growth in case when these interact with banking sector development.
firms using LIFO would tend to have higher inventory turnover, we find that the mean inventory turnover ratio is significantly higher in U.
3m in the prior year which represents a wages to turnover ratio of 50.
Spend on the playing squad subsequent to the yearend will see the wage bill, and the wages to turnover ratio, rise in 2015-16 to a level more consistent with the club's business plan.
The total turnover ratio, measured by the annualized trading value to market capitalization, remained subdued, standing at 4.
The most important activity ratios include asset turnover ratio and inventory turnover ratio (Veronica & Anantadjay, 2014).
The turnover ratio of a mutual fund is measured as a percentage of the fund's holdings that have been sold and replaced during the prior year.
However, a high turnover ratio certainly indicates aggressive fund management.
Turnover ratio in Kuwaiti bourse stood at 22 percent in 2014.
UAE witnessed the second highest turnover ratio in the region.
He attributed their defeat to the team being minus in the turnover ratio, saying, "You're going to lose football games when you're minus-4 in the turnover ratio, and we did today.