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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And as many of my friends attest, there is a high rate of turnover at their companies because a 'stressed' millennial is an unhappy millennial.
Cells that line the intestinal tract are replaced every few days, a high rate of turnover that relies on a healthy population of intestinal stem cells.
This high rate of turnover drives significant costs in recruitment, training and, where necessary, security clearances.
The scheme allows taxpayers to pay GST at a fixed rate of turnover and not to go through the tedious GST formalities.
However, the department could improve in promoting people of color, reducing the rate of turnover for communications and dispatch staff, and could use a more consistent performance evaluation system that would lend itself to the promotion process that some staffers feel is inconsistent and unfair.
There were new faces at a Fund board meeting yesterday and BGRF chairman Joe Scanlon said: "Richard Lang attended his first Fund meeting as a representative of the Association of British Bookmakers and was able to confirm that his company [Ladbrokes Coral] will be paying into the Fund at the same 0.6 per cent rate of turnover for online as it does currently for betting shops from the start of 2018.
Darren Hughes, Electoral Reform Society chief, said this would likely be the case "within the next few electoral cycles" due to a "high rate of turnover of both MPs and staff ".
The FPCCI President said, 'One of the harsh measures announced in the budget was increase in turnover tax.' He informed that, 'The rate of turnover tax was 0.5 percent but the government gradually has increased it to 1.25 percent.
On that ludicrous, suicidal rate of turnover, Tony Mowbray's 18 months ranks as an above average occupancy and, unlike five of his immediate six predecessors, he has the consolation of leaving at a time of his own choosing.
They cite the lack of skills training and development as the principal reason for moving on." The rate of turnover, as high as the one mentioned, is one that very few, large businesses can afford, let alone the small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Divide cost of goods sold by the value of inventory to obtain a rate of turnover. A higher number is better as the number of times each dollar of inventory was recycled to replace Inventory sold.