attrition


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the wearing down of rock particles by friction due to water or wind or ice

sorrow for sin arising from fear of damnation

a wearing down to weaken or destroy

the act of rubbing together

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I welcome the work some universities have done to bring the attrition rate down by .
Research has been done on predictors of dental hygiene program success along with studies on attrition and retention in postsecondary education in general with respect to admissions procedures.
The new Attrition album, Millions Of The Mouthless Dead, by Martin Bowes and Anni Hogan, is based on a poem by Charles Hamilton Sorley and is inspired by William Bowes, Martin's grandfather and the millions on all sides that experienced the living hell that was the Europe of 1914-1918.
A number of nursing leaders posited similar reasons for the 42 per cent attrition among the 2005/2006 cohort--pregnancy, parenting, other family considerations, overseas travel, further study, another career choice and, for the IQNs, a return to their own countries or another country to work.
RBI deputy governor, R Gandhi, said that opening the banking sector to private banks would lead to higher attrition.
BACKGROUND Higher attrition rates of ESL nursing students are an assumption, seemingly based on anecdotal evidence.
1% attrition rate so far this year, according to the NCUA.
ERIC Descriptors: Attrition (Research Studies); Student Attrition; Randomized Controlled Trials; Standards; Evidence; Models; Statistical Bias; Error of Measurement; Intervention; Educational Research
It added that while bonuses were up to 53 percent of salary in some cases, employee attrition is still a challenge for employers.
MOST SENIOR MANAGEMENT TEAMS BELIEVE their bank has an attrition problem.
General Kinematics Vibra-Mill attrition mills have proven performance in scores of foundries as both a total attrition mill or as a sand pre-conditioner.
At a time when attrition remains the biggest concern of the BPO sector, Raghavendra said he is not alarmed.
India, May 26 -- Zinnov Management Consulting has released a study on attrition targeted at the multinational corporation (MNC) research and development (R&D) centres in India, titled 'Quarterly Attrition Tracker'.
The attrition rate is the lowest in the 25 years since IDRA began performing the annual study, but IDRA notes that while the trend is declining, millions more Texas students will leave school without diploma before 2040, when, the group predicts, students will stop dropping out entirely.
BANGALORE -- Infosys Technologies has stepped up hiring on robust growth in the second quarter (July-Sept) of this fiscal (2010-11) to make up for the rising attrition to meet the increasing demand of the resilient industry.