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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

a dish made by folding a piece of pastry over a filling

the volume measured in dollars

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the act of upsetting something

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Compared to June, the total turnover of retail trade enterprises in July 2019 reduced by 0.5 percent, according to seasonally adjusted data at constant prices.
Statistics reveal that industry turnover in the local market in May this year relative to the same month of 2018 dropped by 0.2 percent and went up by 0.5 percent from April this year.
At the annual level turnover in industry was higher by 2.4%, again due to higher turnover in the non-domestic market (by 4.0%).
Incoming Manila City Administrator Felix Espiritu appealed to the camp of Estrada to create a formal turnover as it may pose a problem for their accountability of government properties.
The calendar-adjusted total turnover in hotels and restaurants in the first quarter of 2019 recorded an increase of 17 percent compared to the first quarter of last year.
The labor turnover rate is the difference between the accession rate (hiring rate) and separation rate.
business turnover rates and the ever-growing gap in business turnover between large and small urban areas that his own research has uncovered:
In this article, I document recent trends in business turnover across metropolitan areas of various sizes and show that business turnover has declined much more sharply in small than in large urban areas.
According to the company, the turnover increased due to acquisitions, and especially in the last part of the year, the increased focus and investments in sales and marketing.
Job stress, psychological capital, turnover intentions, hospitality industry, employees, efficacy, hope, optimism, resilience
During the 11 months of this year, Tajikistan's foreign trade turnover amounted to about $ 3.6 billion.
During the first quarter of 2017, the total turnover index in the Transportation and Storage sector in Bulgaria went up by 2.4% compared to the fourth quarter of 2016, according to a statistic of the National Statistical Institute (NSI), cited by Focus News Agency.
Using actual voluntary turnover data of 40,310 employees during 1991 through 2006, obtained from a "Big-4" public accounting firm, this study examines the effect of gender, race, position, and service line on turnover.
Industrial turnover rose 3.9 per cent in August compared with the respective holiday month of 2015, reflecting a spike in mining and quarrying on an increase in construction and exports of industrial products, the statistical service said.
Scholars from business and psychology present research and review chapters on various aspects of employee turnover and their effects on workers, firms, and the economy as a whole.