U.S. labor turnover: analysis of a new measure

Cohen, Malcolm S.; Schwartz, Arthur R.
November 1980
Monthly Labor Review;Nov80, Vol. 103 Issue 11, p9
Academic Journal
Discusses the quarterly new-hire and separation rates of the labor turnover in the U.S. Mechanics of data gathering; Turnover rates by region and industry; Turnover rate estimates from unemployment insurance; Separation rates in selected industries with high and low turnover rates during the first quarter of 1974.


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