turnover rate

(redirected from Rates of Turnover)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial.
Related to Rates of Turnover: Portfolio turnover rate

turnover rate

[′tərn‚ō·vər ‚rāt]
(chemical engineering)
In an industrial catalytic process, a value corresponding to the turnover number per specified unit of time.
References in periodicals archive ?
Group composition has been theorized to affect patterns of communication and levels of group cohesion, thus affecting rates of turnover.
This approach suggests an inverse relationship between absenteeism and turnover; higher absenteeism would be associated with lower rates of turnover.
First, size of the unit has been shown to be associated both with lower levels of satisfaction and cohesiveness and higher rates of turnover (e.
org Why: The extraordinarily high rates of turnover and frontline staff vacancies are plaguing the long-term care industry.
These obstacles include limited opportunities to pursue higher education for a degree while already working as teachers; poor levels of compensation that discourage many who have invested in their education from remaining in the field, fueling high rates of turnover among staff as well as disruption for young children; and professional development programs that are too often superficial, short-term, or disconnected from opportunities for teachers to reflect on what they have learned, discuss it with others, and apply it to daily practice.
High rates of turnover in rural areas further limit the sharing of knowledge and experiences and forms of collective action, such as preventing the spread of accidental fires, to cope with challenging times.
146); "High rates of turnover alone do not eliminate the need for human resources planning" (p.