annual turnover

annual turnover

(1) The annual budget for a particular enterprise.
(2) The number of new staff (offset by retirees) each year for a fixed number of positions.
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Minimum average annual turnover in construction work of 120.
Tim Koeman has joined the bank's new trade and working capital team as a client manager, supporting businesses with an annual turnover above PS100 million.
ONE of the North East's leading cloud consultancies is on track to double its annual turnover after recording six months of unprecedented growth.
Summary: The annual turnover of Malabar Gold and Diamonds, one of the world's largest gold and diamond jewellers, is expected to reach $3.
Food and drink industry, which has rising profits and a PS12billion-plus annual turnover.
David Maybury has been appointed as head of the regional hub at the Business and Private Banking Centre in Leeds with Darren Owers becoming head of commercial and small business banking for businesses with an annual turnover up to PS25m; Dan Rosinke, head of corporate banking for businesses with an annual turnover of more than PS25m; Cath Worsley, head of private banking; and Paul Grace, head of business development.
Bilecik said that Index Group's annual turnover had been one billion USD in 2009, and it increased 10.
For businesses with a turnover between pounds 500k-pounds 1m, the equivalent of 12% of their annual turnover is paid late.
Broceliande produces 51,000 tons of processed meat products per year and has an annual turnover of 250 million euro.
The company, which has an annual turnover of 40 million euro, has 120 employees.
Companies found guilty of the new corporate manslaughter offence could be fined 10% of their annual turnover under proposals published yesterday.
WE have a potential billionaire right on our doorstep at the Ricoh Arena in the form of Tesco, whose annual turnover is phenomenal.
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