employee turnover

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Noun1.employee turnover - the ratio of the number of workers that had to be replaced in a given time period to the average number of workersemployee turnover - 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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Cambron Engineering, a tool and die manufacturer, transitioned to an ESOP model that has greatly reduced employee turnover and has given employees a share in the companys success.
pk has also been facing high employee turnover which has spurred a series of misfortunate events for the organisation, since employees that make up most of the senior management have left their positions voluntarily, hence ultimately leading the junior staff to follow in their footsteps as well, within the last three months.
This is due to the severity of employee turnover rates in various organizations across the globe and the damaging consequences that follow (Lee et al.
Scholars from business and psychology present research and review chapters on various aspects of employee turnover and their effects on workers, firms, and the economy as a whole.
Employee turnover is studied by various scientific disciplines (psychology, sociology, organisational science and economics).
The tight labour market in the US healthcare industry is well documented and employee turnover rates are increasing.
This study investigates the relationship between employee turnover and performance in retailing.
Thus stress at execution stage posed significant effect on employee turnover and also on work performance during execution phase of the project.
22 ( ANI ): A new study has suggested that within the hospitality industry, manager support for fun is instrumental in reducing employee turnover, particularly for younger employees, but could also reduce employee productivity.
Current study examines influence of talent management (TM) and employee turnover intention (ETO) on organizational efficiency (OE) in telecommunication sector of Pakistan (TSP).
Individual Development contributed to higher employee turnover when it was adopted in a work environment which lacked employment-growth opportunities, and where employees perceived more external]oh alternatives.
job absence up, employee turnover down in Q1(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.

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