But that was two full years ago, and Tesla hasn't said anything about today's much too high attrition rate
among managers, especially those that work under Musk.
Unofficial statistics and first-hand experience peg attrition rate
in the industry at an average of 30 percent, meaning three out of 10 homebuyers would discontinue his or her purchase.
HPE does not share numbers related to headcount, but its attrition rate
, says Ramendrajit Sen, HPE India's VP & Head of HR, is amongst the lowest in the Indian technology industry today.
But banking customers leave at a much higher rate from banks that were acquired (8%) compared with the average annual attrition rate
across the industry (5%), according to recent Gallup analysis.
National chair of Nursing Educators in the Tertiary Sector Kathy Holloway said, while the attrition rate
seemed high, she would like to see how it compared with previous decades and other professions.
The Indian central bank has cautioned commercial banks that they will have to put up with a high attrition rate
Pre-licensure nursing programs report attrition rates
ranging from 25 percent to 33 percent (Jeffreys, 2007; Pryjmachuk, Easton, & Littlewood, 2008); however, the overall attrition rate
for the sample of the current study was 19.9 percent and included 27 nursing programs.
To compare attrition rates
at KIPP middle schools with rates at other public middle schools, we identified students who left their original schools either during or immediately after each middle school grade.
After 2008's very high mean attrition rate
of 42 percent, rates declined significantly in 2009, down to a mean of 34 percent, showing that the economic downturn had taken some of the HR pressures off, with 2010 data showing attrition levels again dropping to a mean of 32 percent.
This is an attrition rate
four times higher than that found in racing as a whole and twice the death rate when only jump racecourses are considered.