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Chapter ThreeThe Cost of Turnover
Chapter FourThe Measurement of Turnover
Chapter FiveThe Development of a Turnover Information System
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accession and training and/or occupational category Annapolis Hospital Annual Accession Rate Appendix VI-1 avoidable and unavoidable calculate Clerical Jobs correlates of turnover cost of turnover department and/or occupational department by long-service department head departmental direct cost discussion distinction between avoidable example fixed and variable fixed costs Full goal high stability rate human resource accounting incident of turnover inputs job satisfaction labor turnover information long-service employees low separation low stability rate management information system ment monitor months of seniority months seniority Non-Professional Jobs number of employees number of separations Nurse Aide organizational correlates part-time payroll performance outputs period rate approach rate of separations rate of turnover reasons for turnover reference signal replacement formula seniority requirement separation and stability Situation specific suggested supervisor survival rate tion total costs training costs turnover costs turnover information system turnover measurement unavoidable turnover unit of analysis usefullness variable cost wastage rate