turnover rate


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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 turnover rate of carbon followed a similar pattern over time, ranging from 0.
Between 2003 and the first quarter of 2008, the turnover rate for truckers was more than 100 percent, which meaning that a position was vacated and filled more than once within a year, according to the ATA.
A 1,500 seat call center had an annual employee turnover rate of 278 percent.
Cookies alone didn't help reduce the company's turnover rate to less than 25 percent per year, according to Ellis.
Among companies whose health benefits account for more than 14 percent of their employees' total compensation, the average turnover rate is 12.
For example, the financial highlights section of the fund's prospectus includes a "turnover rate" or "portfolio turnover rate," designed to measure the number of fund portfolio transactions.
Index funds generally have a low turnover rate, which minimizes the current taxable income distributed to shareholder.
Turnover rate determines the gallons per minute (or flow rate) for the pool.
Add in a 30-percent turnover rate of the existing 515,000 employees and that number of new hires nearly tripled.
Not only do we get motivated employees," he says, "but we have reduced our recruiting costs and turnover rate is very low.
Fortune cited a low turnover rate, employee longevity and the on-site medical clinic as the outstanding attributes of the company.