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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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Mineralisation rates and turnover rates were correlated with several soil parameters (Table 2).
After five years, at the start of a second term, the effect actually reverses, and the turnover rate is noticeably lower for career civil servants in those years relative to all others.
Employment gains in the agriculture sector were more than 'quadruple of the labor turnover rate (1.
The turnover rates are not expected to reach pre-2008 levels, since companies are treading with greater caution in retaining their valued talent assets.
The latest figures show the turnover rate stands at 88 percent for the fourth quarter of 2011, which was down 1 percentage point from the previous quarter.
26) on CEO turnover rate in the UAE is rather worrying for two broad reasons.
Managers should track and report 30-day turnover rates rather than annual rates.
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.
Furthermore, the analysis suggests that, as the increasing costs of health benefits crowd out cash wages, turnover rates for top-performing employees increase.
In addition, many of the gains recognized by funds with high turnover rates are likely to be short-term rather than long-term and, thus, not eligible for the preferential capital gains rate.
As a result of a 75-question survey that went out to 276,000 Home Depot employees--and sparked an 81 percent response rate--Donovan was able to link the turnover rates of store managers with the financial performance of the store.
Among RNs, says Cors, the vacancy and turnover rates sank below 5 percent.