turnover


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turnover

1. 
a. the amount of business, usually expressed in terms of gross revenue, transacted during a specified period
b. (as modifier): a turnover tax
2. the rate at which stock in trade is sold and replenished
3. 
a. the number of workers employed by a firm in a given period to replace those who have left
b. the ratio between this number and the average number of employees during the same period

turnover

[′tərn‚ō·vər]
(cell and molecular biology)
The number of substrate molecules transformed by a single molecule of enzyme per minute, when the enzyme is operating at maximum rate.
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In 2016, the total volume of trade turnover between Tajikistan and Uzbekistan increased almost sixfold, to about $70 million.
Looking at industry subsectors, turnover of wood and wood and cork products (with the exception of furniture) increased by 6.
NZ dollar turnover accounts for one percent of global turnover, and 91 percent of all New Zealand dollar turnover occurs offshore.
For more than a decade, research has shown that child centers with high rates of teacher turnover have lower levels of global quality and less favorable teacher-child interactions.
Fiscal 2009/10 turnover for LDC's French poultry activities increased 3.
The BLS employee turnover rates for the year ending August 2006, released in October 11, 2006, showed overall U.
ATA, which began collecting driver turnover statistics in 1995, reported that turnover for large truckload carriers was at a 127 percent annualized rate for the first three months of the year.
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.
based The Sweet Life's sugary name, the chosen turnover reduction method seems all too appropriate.
Turnover in a large banking center can create a cascade of turnover in smaller banking centers, as managers are promoted and new vacancies are created.
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.