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A firm monitors turnover. At beginning staff were 1600. During the year 860 left and 260 of these were replaced. What is the labour turnover rate??
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At the end of the year the number of staff was 1600 – 860 + 260 = 1,000.
Therefore the average number of staff was (1600 + 1000) / 2 = 1300.
So the turnover rate is 260/1000 x 100%
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