Worker churn

15:08 Feb 18, 2019
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Social Sciences - International Org/Dev/Coop / International Labour Organization
English term or phrase: Worker churn
Indeed, how quickly workers are able to find a new job can be seen as indicative of the allocative capacity and health of the labour market, as long as “worker churn” allows workers to move to the jobs in which they can be most productive.

El término "worker churn" hace referencia a la diferencia numérica entre la rotación de los trabajadores y la rotación del empleo, es decir, al número de contrataciones (despidos) que exceden el número de empleos creados (destruidos) (Burgess, Lane y Stevens, 2000).
Verónica Lassa
Argentina
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3rotación laboral/rotación de personal
Mariana Gutierrez


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worker churn
rotación laboral/rotación de personal


Explanation:
En este caso, sin embargo, creo que podría traducirse directamente como desplazamiento. Dado que se está hablando de alternancia en el mercado laboral, traducirlo simplemente como desplazamiento está bien.

.... siempre que el despalazamiento les permita encontrar trabajos donde puedan ser más productivos.

Mariana Gutierrez
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