Independent sample t-tests were used to determine differences in attrition
rate reinforced the need for sound orientation and support for both new graduates and new "hires", she said.
Nursing Students--Minorities--English as a Second Language--Student Attrition
The year before, in 2012, the FDIC had an attrition
rate of 6.
Hay Group's Wendell D'Cunha, the author of the report, said:"The combination of a shortage of national talent and a focus from employers on pay as the main driver of employee retention is contributing to a high attrition
Many can't access their data in a timely manner and don't have the analytic capabilities to accurately calculate their attrition
He pointed out that one should not look at attrition
in the BPO sector as an isolated case.
We have seen record hiring this (second) quarter and attrition
has decreased," Pai said.
Over the past several years, the Department of State has consistently experienced some of the lowest attrition
rates of major federal agencies, particularly in the Foreign Service.
WAR OF ATTRITION
, after an excellent performance to finish second in the Guinness Gold Cup on his farewell appearance, received a bigger cheer than the winner Planet Of Sound on returning to the unsaddling enclosure, writes Tony O'Hehir.
1) Seeking to minimize attrition
from all causes, Air Education and Training Command (AETC) uses a variety of screening tools for selecting students.
MOUSE MORRIS believes War Of Attrition
could be the horse to finally end his wait for a John Smith's Grand National winner if he makes the line-up for the Aintree spectacular next month.