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the ratio of the number of workers that had to be replaced in a given time period to the average number of workers

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Mineralisation rates and turnover rates were high and variable early in the incubation and decreased to low and less variable levels by the end.
The increase in the turnover rate after the start of a new administration is most pronounced for career senior executives.
Showing lesser improvement in turnover rates were manufacturing; water supply and waste water management; professional, scientific and technical activities; and arts, entertainment and recreation.
Given these universal reasons, there is a strong case for high employee turnover rates in the UAE this year, especially with analysts predicting strong salary growth and better performance across core sectors in 2014," he said.
It appeared they lacked information on turnover rates and costs, and so did not challenge the position of trying to deliver patient care safely by covering vacancies, shortages and sick leave with temporary cover, and continually recruiting new staff.
Since the annual turnover rate for truck drivers bottomed out at 39 percent during the first quarter of 2010, the rate has more than doubled for trucking companies that have more than $30 million in annual revenue, according to the American Trucking Associations of Arlington, Va.
The teacher turnover rate has been documented in research for more than 20 years, and this turnover rate is especially evident in the child care field.
These ingredients will also serve to trim the exponential turnover rates.
Correct and specific measurement of the turnover issue is the first step in the journey to significantly lower employee turnover rates.
Research done by the government on turnover rates in 2005 shows a 12.
Additionally, companies that cannot hold their healthcare budgets down as a share of total compensation have higher turnover rates for top performers.
Turnover rates dramatically understated the issue from the perspective of the customer, because turnover rates do not include internal transfers and reorganization.
Generally, funds with high turnover rates are less efficient than those with low turnover rates; the disposal of securities causes the fund to recognize gain on appreciation.
The researchers acknowledged that nursing homes face pressures that impact their ability to deliver quality care, such as funding limitations, staff shortages and high turnover rates, and an increasingly more frail resident population.