Similarly, Sinha and Sinha (2012) indentified employees' retention
as one of the most critical challenges of immediate future.
It was concluded that there was a significant improvement in the retention
of mandibular complete denture after using both forms of denture adhesives.
The Avalere analysts came up with their retention
rate projections by dividing the 2015 numbers, which may include a mix of data on effectuated enrollees with data on selectors, with the 2014 numbers, which, apparently, may also a include a mix of data on effectuated enrollees and selectors.
As an alternative to schedule-based retention
, the uniform rule approach is straightforward.
A common misuse of retention
occurs where some works are outstanding at completion or handover of the project - the employer using this as justification to avoid releasing half of the retention
Lacking a better tool, retention
administrators who are looking to target at-risk students for their programmatic interventions might therefore consider high school class rank.
6 percent retention
rate in 2004, which is an improvement of about a percentage point over the first three years of the decade (and the same rate as in 2003).
The lower air content produces less foam, fewer deposits, improved formation, higher chemical retention
, faster drainage, and better sheet formation.
An important part of an overall document retention
policy is compliance with IRS requirements.
Here again an e-mail archive application can serve disposition with automated policies that are configurable to delete messages from the archive after the retention
Seven years, in most cases, would be satisfactory period for retention
In a remarkable confluence of events last winter and spring, questions about student retention
became the swirling center of education debate in New York City, Chicago, and, by virtue of these cities' size and clout, throughout the country.