Divide the number of employees who left the organization during that specified time period by the average number of employees employed during the same period of time to find the employee turnover rate percentage. The low... More » Business & Finance Financial Calculations

High staff turnover means an organization loses a relatively high percentage of employees compared to those it hires and retains. High turnover is costly for an organization because of the costs to hire and train a new w... More »

To calculate inventory turnover, divide the cost of goods sold by average inventory for the quarter or for the year. Use this information to determine if inventory turnover supports the number of quarterly or yearly sale... More » Business & Finance Financial Calculations
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