Retention

Retention,

Definition of Retention:

  1. Use something, or control it permanently.

  2. The state has something. You may be able to memorize facts in the short term, but to what extent can you preserve them in the long term? A successful company needs to develop a good work environment so that employee retention is high. See also retention clause, retention period, and retention rate.

Synonyms of Retention

Declining, Negative answer, Turndown, Gumminess, Withholding, Tightness, Denial, Obstinacy, Nix, Holding back, Declension, Tenacity, Viscosity, Persistence, Retentivity, Refusal, Negation, Total recall, Toughness, Camera-eye, Bullheadedness, Viscidity, Stick-to-itiveness, Nonacceptance, Declinature, Gluiness, Adhesiveness, Total memory, Retentive memory, Disagreement, Deprivation, Disclamation, Stickiness, Thumbs-down, Consistency, Retentiveness, Abnegation, No, Photographic memory, Negative, Disallowance, Disobedience, Contradiction, Nonconsent, Eidetic memory, Unwillingness, Declination, Persistency, Rejection, Snugness, Memory span, Cohesiveness, Stubbornness, Glutinosity, Recantation, Noncompliance, Nonobservance, Repudiation, Nay, Disclaimer, Tenaciousness, Tackiness, Dissent

How to use Retention in a sentence?

  1. The young professional takes courses to maintain and focus on their abilities to improve their memory performance and perform better at work.
  2. Due to the combination of high salaries, benefits and employee development programs, the retention of employees in the company is very high.
  3. This service is responsible for tracking large amounts of data on a daily basis. This means that it is important to keep the information stored for a long time.
  4. Maintain direct control of the central government.

Meaning of Retention & Retention Definition