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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AllianceBernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi says this turnover rate is "dramatically higher than the turnover of CEOs' direct reports at comparable companies."
THE TURNOVER rate among chief executives is in decline as blue-chip firms increasingly turn to internal candidates for the top jobs.
The latest labor turnover statistics showed a labor turnover rate of 0.
Venti said the average turnover rate in New York is about 33 percent in long-term care facilities.
In Trump's first year the turnover rate for senior level staff was twice as high as in Regan's first year and almost five times as high as George W.
When Mike Owen first stepped into the role of chief human resources officer and general counsel at Easterseals New Jersey, the company had a turnover rate of 60 percent.
While the turnover rate has not impacted the servicer's performance to date, in Fitch's opinion, the rising turnover rate poses a risk to the servicer's plans for future portfolio growth.
The news outlet reports a turnover rate of 37 percent at the White House in the 12-month period ending June 30, 2018, according to AP.
This can be attributed to the declines in labor turnover rate registered in agriculture, forestry and fishing sector since the third quarter of 2017,' the PSA said.
The technology industry in the Middle East and North Africa saw the highest turnover rate compared to other industries in 2017, with the most number of employees leaving their companies.
They generally do so either by treating each cohort of added materials as one pool whose turnover rate decreases with time, or by treating the soil organic carbon as several discrete pools, each with a unique turnover rate, with carbon losses from each pool being apportioned to mineralisation and transfer to another pool (Smith 2006).
'The highest labor turnover rate for the period was recorded in the industry sector ...