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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.
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The relationship between mineralisation rates and poorly crystalline Al and Fe in our study suggest that the presence of Al and Fe reduce turnover rates of labile carbon forms.
Costello said that as the economy improves, more items will be shipped, which "will cause the driver market to tighten and the turnover rate to rise.
After the second time unit, the line begins to flatten and turnover rates drop.
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.
Index funds generally have a low turnover rate, which minimizes the current taxable income distributed to shareholder.
Add in a 30-percent turnover rate of the existing 515,000 employees and that number of new hires nearly tripled.
Acute care Hospital Survey of RN Vacancies and Turnover Rates in 2000.
In the 70's neighborhood, turnover rates declined from 3.
The Sciences had the highest permanent turnover rates in all the years of study (1990-1997), except for the 1992/93 academic year when the Humanities had the highest total turnover rate of 15.
Like hospitals, skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) face increasing cost and regulatory pressure, but they have also experienced greater turnover rates among staff and bear the brunt of the population growth among the elderly.
The stress this causes helps to explain another problem with transience: Schools with high turnover rates for students also have high turnover rates for teachers.