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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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"Our analysis indicates that Tesla's annualized executive turnover level has been 27%, notably higher than the cohort average of 15%," but not "outlandish," said Sacconaghi, who remains worried about the higher Tesla turnover rate.
The labor turnover rate is the difference between the accession rate (hiring rate) and separation rate.
Ippolito said turnover rates have gone down in the last two years, but turnover rates were still reported at 31.71 percent in 2017.
Carbon turnover rate at each time of measurement was determined by dividing the emission rate of carbon (as C[O.sub.2]) by the soil's total carbon content at the time.
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.
Expanded from prior versions, the survey continues to track staffing and tenure levels; retention plus voluntary, involuntary and layoff turnover rates; and, reasons behind driver termination or departure.
Director of DKM Economic Consultants Annette Hughes added: "One key statistic was the national average housing turnover rate in the year to June 2016 was 2.1%.
Besides this primary objective, we also test how some personnel management practices, more specifically recognition and training actions, affect the turnover rate.
Then the job turnover rate, [JobT.sub.itq], is calculated as
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.
In 2006 and 2007, the statewide CPS caseworker turnover rate peaked at around 45 percent, with the majority of departing caseworkers citing difficult working conditions and problems with their supervisors.
The teacher turnover rate has been documented in research for more than 20 years, and this turnover rate is especially evident in the child care field.