Retention

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 Definition
The condition of retaining (keeping) something. "You may be able to memorize facts in the short-term, but how well is your retention of those facts over the long-term?" "Successful companies need to foster a good working environment so that employee retention remains at a high level." See also retention clause, retention period, and retention ratio.

Usage Examples

  • We test the wisdom of retaining earnings by assessing whether retention, over time, delivers shareholders at least $1 of market value for each $1 retained.
    Source: Noble Intentions and Results
  • It's clear the Intelligence Community must do more to make diversity in hiring and retention of minority employees a high priority for all agencies..
    Source: Jane Harman - American Politician

  • In addition, continuous education and training for employees adds to the drive for quality by improving the capabilities of those within the organization while instilling a culture of self-improvement that often leads to the retention of valuable employees who more readily view themselves as having a personal stake in the company.
    Source: Total Quality Management's Impact on Different Business Processes
  • It’s been reported that many people require interpersonal interaction to learn effectively and when that connection is removed, as it is through online universities, it alters both the learning experience and potential for retention of the material.
    Source: Traditional vs. Online Universities - What's the Difference?





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