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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Figure 1 posits that employee turnover is influenced by numerous contextual and personal attributes.
Turnover The final report found that 15% of participating employers identified their employee turnover rate to be between 8.1% and 10%.
Of the respondents to the hiring survey, 61% reported an hourly employee turnover rate of 15% or less.
The retail services trade group expects about 600 attendees to hear keynote speakers, including Scott Deming, who will speak on "Creating the Ultimate Customer Experience," and Craig Taylor, who will discuss how to "Hght Employee Turnover and Boost Performance."
Employee turnover continues to plague the call center industry.
* 49% of small businesses experienced no employee turnover during the past 12 months.
As a result, pharmacy employee turnover among food/drug combination store operators is now lower than overall employee turnover.
Gradually, the firm adopted social welfare measures to stem the huge employee turnover: in 1897-99, for every 100 workers, there were 74 new hires and 65 workers who quit (107).
"I've had a terrible time with employee turnover, bad morale, poor work ethic, and drug and alcohol use on the job," said company owner Stuart Andrews.
The result: "Semco's revenues have jumped from $35 million to $212 million in the last six years, and the firm grew from several hundred employees to 3,000--with employee turnover of about 1 percent," wrote Brad Wieners in "Expert Voices," CIO Insight: Strategies for IT Business Leaders, April 2004.
It also cites findings by consultant CEL & Associates that the overall employee turnover rate in the multifamily property management industry was 31.8 percent in 2004-creating a challenge of overwhelming proportions.

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