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Definition Edit

Job churn (also called employee churn) is the overall turnover in an organization's staff.

Overview Edit

"Job churn helps to raise labor productivity by achieving a better matching of workers and firms, and may facilitate the development of industrial clusters like Silicon Valley."[1]

References Edit

  1. Non-Compete Contracts: Economic Effects and Policy Implications, at 4.

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