- 美 [ˌsiniˈɔrəti]
- 1.greater age, or a more important social position
- 2.a greater length of time that someone has been working for a particular company
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However, seniority or length of clinical practice did not improve knowledge or affect attitudes toward CPM.
James got to coach the game, but he also got written up by his supervisor and busted to a lower seniority level.
He felt that two years' seniority gave him the right to advise his brother.
Example: The company adopts an across-the-board policy on employees' annual outing, regardless of their positions or seniority.
a bit of 2 years . This is a fast-moving company, and seniority isn't the only factor in deciding promotions.
Compared to the time you and your boyfriend have been together, she has seniority, and she's not going to give it up.
Neal is always going to have seniority over me and I'm always going to get screwed.
The easy way, the business way, was to lop off those who were least efficient or had the least seniority.
My superior had seniority, experience and talents that suited her to the job, qualifications that I lacked.
He wasn't getting the salary to which he was entitled by rank and seniority.
Oh, that's true. But in western business, seniority is not the only factor in deciding promotions.
WE should Break with the notions and practices of overstressing seniority in the matter of selection and appointment.
In Japanese companies which adopt a traditional pecking order based upon seniority, the older the age of an employee, the more he is paid.
Younger teachers are usually the first to be let go, even though seniority does not necessarily ensure quality.
The period in which transferred intern judge or backup judge serves in Intellectual Property Court shall be included in his seniority.
Be filled among the members of the court by rotation, by seniority of service, or by vote of the judges.
The rigid seniority system also discriminates against women: if they get off the ladder to have children, they cannot get back on.
Lacking the weight of years the boy is always anxious to keep up the dignity of seniority.
I had been under the impression that this was a job in which seniority was undesirable.
Ebbert would have made a great mayor or congressional committee chairman in the old days when seniority ruled.