When Henry Ford doubled the pay of his auto workers from $2.50 per day to $5, he didn't do it for altruistic reasons. His factory had one of the highest turnover rates (due to danger of the assembly line and tedium of the work). After the raises, it dropped to the lowest. wsws.org/en/articles/2014…
40% of 2018 US employee turnover happened within the first year of employment, 50% of those within the first 90 days cdn2.hubspot.net/hubfs/47…
A nursing home in Sweden changed their employees' workdays from 8 to 6 hours per day and found it increased productivity and reduced staff turnover theguardian.com/world/201…
When the forward pass was added to football, an incomplete pass meant a 15-yard penalty. If the pass fell without being touched, it was a turnover. smithsonianmag.com/histor…
Stephen Curry's mom fines him $100USD for each turnover he commits. He is allowed three turnovers before he has to start paying up. sbnation.com/lookit/2015/…
The BIONICLE toyline helped save LEGO from its financial crisis of the late 1990s, accounting for nearly all of LEGO's financial turnover from the previous decade and becoming one of its biggest and most successful product lines. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bio…
The first legal forward pass in the history of football was thrown by Bradbury Robinson of Saint Louis University in 1906. His first attempt fell incomplete and because of the rules in 1906, it resulted in a turnover. In the same game he threw a 20-yard touchdown pass. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/For…
Turnover is so slight in Federal Employees that, "death by natural causes" is more likely than "fired for poor job performance, misconduct or layoff" usatoday30.usatoday.com/N…
Henry Ford didn't decide to pay his workers $5 per day so they could afford his cars, but to combat massive turnover: In 1913, he hired 52,000 workers and kept 14,000 forbes.com/sites/timworst…
The annual revenues of Japan's pachinko machines is $300,000,000,000. Four times the total profit of world-wide legal casino gambling, twice the annual turnover of Japan's automobile industry; equivalent to estimated yearly profit of the global narcotics trade. thestandard.com.hk/stdn/s…
Despite it's perks, Google has one of the highest employee turnover rates amongst America's biggest companies. slate.com/blogs/business_…
In the early days of American football an incomplete pass would result in a 15 yard penalty. And if the ball was untouched it would be a turnover smithsonianmag.com/histor…
Trucking Companies in America have an over 90% turnover rate for positions as truck drivers. The turnover rate even peaked as high as 130% in 2005. truckinginfo.com/channel/…
Today I learned of Govind Lalji Dholakia, A down to earth Indian man that dropped out of school at 7th grade and polished diamonds as a living. He went on to start his own business and his business today has an annual turnover of 800 million USD. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gov…
Fast-food chains now know that low turnover among store managers, AND not low employee turnover, increases customer satisfication (and profits). hbr.org/2012/10/the-true-…
Facebook paid only €1.9m tax despite generating turnover of €1.79bn using a tactic called the "Double Irish." ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/ca64f…
The Jamaican beef patty incorporates the culinary traditions of four continents: British turnovers, African and American peppers, and Asian spices. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jam…
Ford raised wages to $5/day to reduce turnover, and only paid the full $5 to workers that met certain moral requirements (e.g.: wife not working outside home). forbes.com/sites/timworst…
The US Military's testing shows that most drugs are safe and effective for many years beyond their expiration dates. Conservative expiration dates ensure product turnover and profits for drug companies. articles.mercola.com/site…
A small town in New Zealand was suffering from job losses, closing businesses and a declining population, so they made attendance at the IT free. The 1st year saw $25 million additional business turnover, $13.9 million increase in GDP & full-time jobs rose to double what was expected en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sou…
Fast food places use bright colored table tops in order to promote a higher turnover rate, while sit-down restaurants use calmer colors to promote a homey feeling for customers to stay longer and spend more money. articles.chicagotribune.c…
There's a theory that before DNA, life on Earth was replicated by clay, & then "genetic turnover" turned life from inorganic "clay" to organic "RNA", & we might soon face another newer genetic takeover from organic "DNA" to inorganic "machines" originoflife.net/cairns_s…
Approximately 84% of all the world's rough diamonds pass through the Antwerp diamond district in Belgium with a turnover of about 54 billion dollars (US) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ant…
In the early days of American football, an incomplete pass resulted in a 15-yard penalty, and a pass that dropped without being touched was a turnover. smithsonianmag.com/histor…
, The international market of Rungis, in a southern suburb of Paris, France, covers 232-hectares (573 acres). With over 1.7 million tonnes brought annually, it has the largest turnover of any wholesale markets in the world. eupedia.com/france/
Henry Ford's high wages were to prevent employee turnover. forbes.com/sites/timworst…

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