The highest attrition rate
within the information management skill group has been and is projected to remain in the information technical management skill group.
While the attrition rate
seemed high, Hayward said it might not be that much different from past cohorts.
The public and medical sectors once again report sub-20 percent attrition rates
, and manufacturing respondents have very low attrition rates
as well this year.
The attrition rate
is the highest ever seen and "more than we are comfortable with", Shibulal told a briefing.
The report Antibody Technologies and Attrition Rates
- an industry analysis 2013 is based on the identification of the antibody generation technologies of 504 naked antibodies in clinical or market stages.
The attrition rate
rose as the age increased so that seven of the 18 recruits who were 40 and older resigned or were terminated, for a 39 percent attrition rate
91 percent average attrition rate
for 16 major cities, the report states.
The Mayor's Office has been concerned about the number of officers leaving the department because of low morale and pay issues, but also attributed the high attrition rate
to a large number of officers hired 20 years ago becoming eligible for retirement.
What if we were to cut the T to fifteen weeks with an ensuing attrition rate
of 10 percent?
We know with the attrition rate
we've experienced, we can absorb the remainder of the employees at the refinery into other areas.
Even with an attrition rate
that borders on 60%, Martinez, the general manager of Avon Argentina, can expect some 8,000 small-but steady revenue streams during 2003.
Finally, the hotel backed off and let the lower attrition rate
because of a letter from the group saying that, "effective immediately we cancel and we owed them another $40,000 to add to the $40,000 deposit and that was a third of what their attrition in.