What is retention?

  • (noun): The power of retaining and recalling past experience.
    Synonyms: memory, retentiveness
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on retention:

S And Marper V United Kingdom - Judgment
... The Court did therefore not go on to consider whether the retention of DNA was also a breach of Article 14 (prohibition of discrimination) as the applicants ... example of a proportionate, more rational approach in regard to DNA retention, in that samples were to be destroyed if an individual was not convicted ...
Same-sex Marriage In Iowa - Judicial Retention Elections
... were removed from office after judicial retention elections ... On November 6, 2012, Justice David Wiggins won retention in the election ...
Christopher S. Koper - Publications
... Hiring and Retention Issues in Police Agencies Readings on the Determinants of Police Strength, Hiring and Retention of Officers, and the Federal COPS ... http//www.urban.org/UploadedPDF/410380_Hiring-and-Retention.pdf ...
Retention - Maths
... Retention distance Retention factor Retention uniformity. ...
Selective Retention
... Selective retention, in relating to the mind, is the process when people more accurately remember messages that are closer to their interests, values and beliefs, than those that are in ... Outside of the theory of memory and mind Selective retention may also be retaining of contractual agreements upon moving on in open politics or of physical phenotypes in eugenic methods ...

More definitions of "retention":

  • (noun): The act of keeping in your possession.
    Synonyms: keeping, holding

Famous quotes containing the word retention:

    Unless a group of workers know their work is under surveillance, that they are being rated as fairly as human beings, with the fallibility that goes with human judgment, can rate them, and that at least an attempt is made to measure their worth to an organization in relative terms, they are likely to sink back on length of service as the sole reason for retention and promotion.
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