Voluntary Termination

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Voluntary Termination

A situation in which a person quits his/her job. One may undergo voluntary termination for any number of reasons, including finding a better job, dissatisfaction with one's current position, or retirement.
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A 26-year-old woman (one previous Caesarean section and two previous voluntary terminations), with a history of irregular menstrual cycles, was admitted to the emergency unit with acute abdominal symptoms and vaginal bleeding.
The administrative enforcement actions in those orders consisted of five removal and prohibition orders; six Section 19 orders; two civil money penalties; four voluntary terminations of insurance; six terminations of consent orders and cease and desist orders; three termination of restitution orders; and one adjudicated decision.
* Multiply times 0.6 (60%) = $ _____ = Average role of conflict in voluntary terminations
The portfolio expected mean cumulative net loss level of 1.5% is slightly better than the EMEA Auto Loan average and is based on Moody's assessment of the lifetime expectation for the pool taking into account (i) obligor defaults, and (ii) voluntary terminations.
Use of the voluntary terminations spreadsheet suggests, for example, that the LTCI policyholders affected by rate increases may be more likely than others to keep their policies.
Indeed, voluntary terminations are more common than involuntary terminations.
Reduce employees by 25 positions through attrition from retirements and voluntary terminations.
WellSpan's manual access termination form also specified how quickly user account access should be deleted after formal termination (i.e., within 24 to 48 hours for voluntary terminations, and "immediately" for involuntary terminations); however, based on the previously mentioned survey results, voluntary terminations also should have their application and data access deleted immediately.
* The Effect of Voluntary Terminations of Overfunded Pension Plans on Shareholder Wealth," by Jack VanDerhei.
The annualized rate of voluntary terminations peaked at 20 percent in April, but has dropped to 12-13 percent in August.
Most voluntary terminations occur because the individual is looking for a new opportunity or wants to make a career change.
Voluntary terminations. When dealing with a voluntarily terminated employee, a manager must remember that the truth is somewhat colored.
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