turnover


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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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The data also revealed that turnover in basic pharmaceutical products and pharmaceutical preparations fell by 5 percent in February compared to the previous month.
5 times its total trading turnover for the first quarter of this year.
The qualitative results explain the teachers' perceptions of turnover, and how turnover impacts their work and the experiences that children receive in centers.
In cases where the documentation has been provided by the concerned sectors, the FBR has analysed their cases and reduced the rate of turnover tax for that specific sector.
Finally, meat processing turnover in fiscal 2009/10 grew 41% (320.
Small TL carriers saw the average annualized turnover rate drop to 102 percent from 112 percent during the first three months of the year.
The 1st quarter turnover (July - September) of the 2005/2006 financial year reached the same level as the 3rd quarter turnover from the 2004 financial year, which was particularly good.
Table 1 presents turnover rates (in shares and dollars) for the New York Stock Exchange and for NASDAQ from 1985 through 2002.
Daniels writes, "The main problem associated with a slower turnover is that the slower you take steps, the longer the time you spend in the air.
In its analysis, Watson Wyatt found that, among employers that offer rich benefits but have poor communication strategies, the average turnover rate of top-performers is 17 percent.
It's hard to believe, but a home-baked chocolate chip cookie led to an annual turnover rate one-fourth below the national average for LTC chains.
1 billion annually, according to the report, a figure based on direct-care employees' 45% average annual turnover rate in an LTC workforce of roughly 2.
Let's say that in our example, the most significant performance gap was that the company's inventory turnover was 2.
Tax efficiency is essentially a function of a fund's portfolio turnover rate.
During the six-month period turnover reduced by eight per cent to pounds 474,000 against the same period last year, largely as a result of losing the Trend Business at Titman Tip Tools.