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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About 20% of the indebted Bulgarian companies have defined their debts as "large"; the only criteria for that was each firm's debt to turnover ratio.
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However, the extensive work of Friend et al (1970), report no significant relation between performance and expense ratio and only a slight positive relation with turnover ratio. Ippolito (1989) finds that the risk-adjusted returns, nett of fees and expenses of active portfolios are comparable to those of index funds and that fund performance is not related to portfolio turnover and management fees.
"Despite the decline in trading value, the turnover ratio in 2009 had maintained its 2008 levels as shares' turnover reached 91.4 percent," said ASE Chief Executive Officer, Jalil Tarif.
Working cycle and turnover ratio in terms of cycle (days) for debtors and creditors (Figures 16 and 17) were found to be alarming for MSSL.
The number of times that the total inventory of the taxpayer turns over (known as the inventory turnover ratio) is the cost of goods sold divided by the average of the beginning and ending inventory.
The Bucs led the NFC in turnover ratio at plus 15, with a defence that were sharp enough to snare 16 interceptions.
The asset turnover ratio measures the level of efficiency in using farm assets to generate farm revenue.
Last season's Class 7A quarterfinalists had a turnover ratio of plus-31.
Other findings from the study: There are 333 companies in the industry; in 2018, the average sales per company were $56.4 million; companies average a fixed asset turnover ratio of 1.8; employee productivity is $369,463; 3.3% of expenses are spent on health insurance; in 2018, industry operating expenses declined -0.1%; in 2018, payroll per employee was $58,572; 4.2% of employees in the industry are in management positions; and the average industry hourly pay for office and administrative jobs is $19.55.
Milo said one of the indicators for efficiency is the stock market's turnover ratio: the higher the turnover ratio, the more liquid the market and thus more efficient.