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attrition

noun decrease, disintegration, dwindling, erosion, fading, falling off, lessening, waning, wearing away
See also: erosion
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More the attrition less is the adaptability with organisation's culture.
Attrition is negatively impacting BPO clients in numerous ways, most notably with regard to:
In 1955 the Flying Training Air Force, a forerunner of AETC, conducted a study that compared attrition rates of 538 students who had received preflight training to those of 541 who had not.
15) They surmised that the absence of a UPT-like environment for flight training and discipline could be the cause of increased rates of voluntary attrition at UPT.
Estimates of as much as 50% attrition through retirement are commonly heard.