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seniority

Vox populi The length of time spent in a department, company or other organization, which usually forms the basis for ↑ privileges, salary, responsibility
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However, he said there may have been a recent increase in strike action due to seniority payment disputes.
Thereafter, a Seniority List of the Judges of the LHC was issued wherein the petitioner was shown senior other three respondents.
On Oct 25, the Supreme Court had ordered restoration of the seniority of the officers who had been promoted to BS-21 in January after having been denied promotion over the past three years.
Ragosta Jr., counsel for the board of trustees, said he still believes the seniority issue was non-arbitrable in light of applicable state statutes and regulations.
The long standing tradition of seniority was disregarded by then President Benigno Aquino III when he appointed Maria Lourdes Sereno, the most junior high court magistrate as Chief Justice.
"Totoo naman sa career service and seniority ay talagang ginagamit yan sa Judiciary for appointment for a judicial post.
Sources told ANI that Justices Madan Lokur and Kurian Joseph met the Chief Justice of India on Monday over the seniority issue of Justice K M Joseph.
How Dahal tackles the seniority row within the ranks of former Maoists will now come to the fore.
One section of lawyers believes that the criteria of judges' elevation should include competence and reputation, and seniority should not be the primary factor.
Seniority manages seven communities in California and Oklahoma, and has five additional communities under development.
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