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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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We use the following instruments for the rate of turnover: term limit provisions in various states (discussed above), and years in which states redistrict.
The rate of turnover in Arkansas' open-enrollment charter schools averages about the same as the national rate because there are a few charters that retain almost all of their teachers, offsetting the higher numbers.
The rate of turnover growth expected over the coming year is also weaker than was typical pre-recession.
Patient turnover, admissions, discharges (excluding deaths) and transfers, was considered to be high if the rate of turnover for a specific unit was equal to or greater than one standard deviation from the average turnover for that unit.
Workforce experts are reporting that most companies reduced their voluntary turnover by two-thirds (a "normal" rate of turnover per year that was previously 15 percent is now 5 percent).
Expenditure to 1000 RON turnover fell by 152.11 [per thousand], from 763.11 [per thousand] to 611 [per thousand], favorable situation for the company analyzed, the efficiency related of turnover expenses increased, which means that the growth rate of turnover business [(3841159/5343702 x 100] = 71.88%) ahead of spending growth [(3793848/5959413) x 100] = 63.66 [per thousand]
Thus, these studies have examined program quality with the rate of turnover in the past year, wages and benefits, and working conditions.
The FBR, however, hinted at reduction in the rate of turnover tax from one percent to some lower level for the pharmaceutical and transport sector particularly the trucking industry as their margins are low.
There are few restaurants in Juba today which are excelling in traditional dishes and of these dishes are Greater upper Nile Walwala/akop or akela are commonly eaten by those suffering from high blood pressure although rate of turnover of customers is low because it is only few people who are fattened by stolen money.
"This experience reinforces the company's capacity to implement large projects such as Qatar International Airport, the port of Ras Raya, the North City, and other government projects, contributed to the high rate of turnover for the company to the amount of BD15 million ($39.8 million) per year," he added.
It is certain that many will not be surprised by the fact that the Leisure and Hospitality industry has such a high rate of turnover because turnover culture is considered to be a major problem in the hospitality industry.
The CEO rate of turnover following the announcement of the material weakness was found to be higher than average.