The Turnover

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  1. A company's turnover is the value of the goods or services that it sells during a particular period of time, usually a year. The company had a turnover of $ million. They expect 25 percent of their annual turnover next year to come from exports.
  2. Tojaramar | 25.09.2019 at 21:31 | Reply
    Mar 08,  · "Turnover" is Very Entertaining and Groundbreaking! Each character is unique having their own journey and culminating in an uplifting and positive conclusion for one and all. Filmmaker, Linda Palmer, set the Gold Standard for her use of diversity casting of leads and background actors, breaking stereotypes left and right/10().
  3. turnover meaning: 1. the amount of business that a company does in a period of time: 2. the rate at which employees. Learn more.
  4. 1. verb To flip something so that what was on top is now on the bottom. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "turn" and "over." You need to turn over those burgers so that they cook evenly on both sides. Turn it over to see if there's anything written on the other side.
  5. Inventory turnover is the number of times a company sells and replaces its stock of goods during a period. Inventory turnover provides insight as to how the company manages costs and how effective.
  6. Medical Definition of turnover: the continuous process of loss and replacement of a constituent (as a neurotransmitter, cell, or tissue) of a living system protein turnover in various pathological states — J. C. Waterlow hyperthyroidism accelerates bone turnover and shortens the normal bone remodeling cycle — Richard Sadovsky.
  7. Turnover rates can vary widely across industries. Usually, hospitality and healthcare have the highest turnover rates. In , the US hospitality industry had a voluntary turnover rate of % and the US healthcare industry, %. Rates were a lot lower in other .
  8. Goltijora | 30.09.2019 at 23:02 | Reply
    Mar 27,  · Turnover is used to understand how quickly a company collects cash from accounts receivable or how fast the company sells its inventory. Turnover is the rate at which inventory or assets of a business “turn over” sell or exceed their useful life. It can also refer to the rate at which employees leave a business.
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