Tennessee Department of Education has 33% turnover rate under Schwinn

Under the leadership of Commissioner Penny Schwinn, Tennessee’s Department of Education and its affiliates have experienced turnover of one-third of its employees, department data shows.

Since Schwinn took office as commissioner in February 2019, a total of 405 employees, or roughly 33 percent, have left the department. The vast majority of employees leaving the department have resigned – about two-thirds of the total number.

Since last February, 116 employees have resigned from the department’s central office, 19 have retired and 26 were terminated. As of this month, 391 employees remain in the department’s central offices.

A total of 244 employees left the departments’ subsidiaries, including the Achievement School District, State Board of Education, the Energy Efficient Schools Initiative, School Support Services program and the Tennessee Early Intervention System.

In the first nine months of Schwinn’s leadership, the turnover rate at the agency was about 18 percent, an increase from

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450 Pizza Hut jobs at risk as it plots turnover rents in test of landlords’ appetite

Pizza Hut is to become the latest major UK restaurant chain to test landlords’ appetite for transforming the basis on which it pays rent as it unveils a comprehensive financial restructuring.



a close up of a sign: Pizza Hut Restaurants employs more than 5,000 people across Britain


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Pizza Hut Restaurants employs more than 5,000 people across Britain

Sky News has learnt that Pizza Hut Restaurants, which employs more than 5,000 people in Britain, is to propose switching to a turnover rent model, which would see it paying landlords based on revenue levels in each of its 245 outlets.

It later confirmed an intention to shut 29 of its UK sites, placing around 450 jobs at risk.

The proposals would be implemented through a company voluntary arrangement, making Pizza Hut Restaurants the latest in a string of big hospitality names to turn to insolvency mechanisms to reorient their business during the coronavirus pandemic.



a sign on the side of a building: Pizza Express is closing dozens of sites


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Pizza Express is closing dozens of sites

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