retain

動詞
  • ja

    雇っておく、雇い続ける

    Globify による定義
  • en

    to hire or keep a person, group, agency, or company in a job, position, or project

    Globify による定義
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You've always talked about people switching to Apple.
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Are you concerned about people switching back to Samsung?
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No, we don't see much of that.
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We don't wanna see any of that.
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And we try really hard to retain people by giving them an experience that they really love, right?
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The cost of labor is going up.
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And the way we think about it is we need to make sure we're recruiting and retaining the right people...
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- Right. - ...because the cost of turnover is just going up.
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And Chipotle, we have no problem attracting people.
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Fortunately for us, people really love the brand.
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They love the purpose.
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A lot of our employees come from being a customer.
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I want you to be assistant regional manager.
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Really?
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Well, in a sense.
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Although, publicly, I am going to retain the assistant regional manager position.
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With the proliferation of web video,
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digital media companies like BuzzFeed, Vox Media, Mic, and Vice Media are churning out new stars like Bellasai.
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But they're struggling to retain that talent.
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Stars like Bellasai, with large social-media followings and on-camera personas,
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can quickly parlay their online fame into other opportunities disconnected from the mothership.
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Now I understand.
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When I take the throne, you hope to retain your position and your head.
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I would give priority to my head.
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How can you really tell when the job market is roaring?
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When companies are falling over themselves to pay big bucks.
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Higher wages and salaries are a sign that businesses know they need to pay up to attract new workers and retain existing ones.
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We're creating mobile workplaces and flexible work schedules.
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And we're judging employees by the results they get, not the face time they log,
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because this doesn't just provide a better experience for our employees,
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it helps us attract and retain the top talent and provide better service for the American people.
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But the retention program is to keep the entire company healthy.
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But there’s no money going to —
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We survived a terrible, terrible moment in our history
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and we retained 60% of the workforce.
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It’s now more important than ever that we maintain our high standards.
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And so, while there are many worthy candidates,
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I’ve decided...to retain the title myself.
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As much as I wanna fire you, I can’t,
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as that can be construed as acknowledgment of wrongdoing.
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So I’m gonna retain you, Roman.
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And I mean, I’m pleased to say, our crew —
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We’ve retained about 90% to 95% of our crew since the beginning.
動詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    持ち続ける、保つ

  • en

    to continue to have or use something; to keep something in possession

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  • I'm trying to learn Spanish, and I'm having a difficult time learning 1 word and retaining it.

    From Freddie Highmore on the Nasal Party Trick He Retired

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