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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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Tesla has always been aware of the high exec turnover rate and in 2017 said it opens the way for new talent.
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Staff in the dietary departments also tend to have high turnover rates, Ippolito said, as staff are often students working part time as a pre-college or college job.
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Lewis find that turnover rates for career federal employees are higher in the first few years of a new administration than at other times.
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Between the start of 2010 and start of 2011, the turnover rate was 58%.
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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."
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The authors explain that the connection between teacher turnover and child outcomes is complex, since the centers with high teacher turnover rates and lower levels of child outcomes also are characterized by their poor quality.
All three categories of organizations with budgets of less than $2.5 million recorded a lower-than-average turnover rate, all below 8 percent.