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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Ideal for developing a company is when the cost per thousand RON turnover to decline, and efficient expenditure increased turnover, which means that the growth rate of turnover ahead of the growth rate of expenditure.
Prevention of turnover: "Increase their salary, give them better benefits, and provide an assistant teacher." Directors unanimously talked about needing to "increase staff salary and improve staff benefits" in order to reduce the rate of turnover. One director described the importance of "supplement[ing] teachers based on levels of education, experience, and responsibility so that teachers really are paid what they are worth." Interestingly, directors also emphasized the need to reduce teacher-child ratios.
NA Standing Committee on Finance chairperson Fozia Wahab said that the FBR Member Direct Tax Policy Israr Rauf had made commitment with the committee to reduce the rate of turnover tax from one to 0.1 percent for distributors having very low profit margins.
Moreover, 80% of Indian call centers surveyed are outsourcers, which the report says in general tend to share characteristics that we so far have ascribed specifically to Indian call centers--frequent monitoring of agents, a high degree of standardization of work and a high rate of turnover among agents.
"It has basically doubled in the last six months, due largely to fuel costs." VP/ Circulation John Walsh adds, "It is significant because it affects customer service when you have that rate of turnover."
We can get almost anything, well anything that is guaranteed a quick rate of turnover, under one roof.
"Small farmers' collective memory about past climate events is also impacted by the high rate of turnover as new farmers arrive and others leave for cities or new frontiers.
She presented "Fitting In--Today's Educational Experience & Disability" and "The Workforce of the Future--High Tech, High Touch, High Rate of Turnover."
She focuses on the rate of turnover among the self-employed and the factors determining it, especially the role played by aggregate and local economic conditions.
The hospital also has a better-than-average rate of turnover for men in nursing--7 percent for male nurses, as compared to 15 percent for all nurses.
* The low pay is leading to a high rate of turnover in many positions.
Though the researchers aren't sure why that is, one idea is that the high rate of turnover among placental cells might shatter long strings of DNA into strands much shorter than those of maternal origin.