turnover rate


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turnover rate

an assessment of the ability of an enzyme to catalyse a reaction, as measured by the number of molecules of substrate which react per second at one ACTIVE SITE when the enzyme is saturated with substrate. The turnover rate varies widely between different enzymes.
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Carbon turnover rate at each time of measurement was determined by dividing the emission rate of carbon (as C[O.
Lewis find that turnover rates for career federal employees are higher in the first few years of a new administration than at other times.
2% last year and is still well below what would be deemed to be a more normal housing turnover rate of around 4% to 2bt residential country as 5%.
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.
That might explain the employee turnover rate at religion-related charities in the survey, which boasted the lowest rate, at 4.
Put another way, if your annual turnover rate is 100 percent and the turnover rate in time unit 1 is 20 percent, a five percent improvement in time unit one is a "save" of one person.
Community Disability Services in Alberta are hard hit with a turnover rate on average of 40%, with some areas in the north experiencing a 70% turnover rate.
It's hard to believe, but a home-baked chocolate chip cookie led to an annual turnover rate one-fourth below the national average for LTC chains.
In its analysis, Watson Wyatt found that, among employers that offer rich benefits but have poor communication strategies, the average turnover rate of top-performers is 17 percent.
This higher portfolio turnover rate increases costs such as brokerage commissions and custodian fees on the portfolio transactions, which, again, may lower the NAV.
Tax efficiency is essentially a function of a fund's portfolio turnover rate.
The beach entry may have a different turnover rate (usually two hours) than the rest of the pool.