Turnover

What is Turnover?

 

‘Turnover’ refers to the total revenue of a company in a particular time period, which is usually a financial year. Turnover is different from profit, which considers the expenditure of the company and subtracts it from the revenue.

 

Revenue which the company collects from other sources such as land rental, mutual funds, etc. are referred to as non-operating revenue and is not considered to be a part of the turnover.

 

Concerning HR, turnover refers to the rate at which the company recruits and losses employees. It is especially significant for businesses which are trying to improve their employee engagement levels.

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