Definition of Promotion system
1. Noun. A system for advancing participants to higher-status positions.
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Literary usage of Promotion system
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Education and Training of Industrial Manpower in Japan by Ken Inoue (1985)
"In the following section, we will analyse this point from two aspects of the Japanese style of management: (a) the employment and promotion system; ..."
2. Company Command: The Bottom Line by John G. Meyer, Jr., John G. Meyer (1995)
"The hottest issue brought to the battalion commander's attention was this unit's unfair promotion system, including complaints of favoritism, ..."
3. The Enlisted Experience: A Conversation With the Chief Master Sergeants of edited by Janet R. Daly Bednarek (1995)
"The end result was the Weighted Airman promotion system.103 We know today that this is the best possible system of any of 101L. Mendel Rivers won election ..."
4. The Effects of Exchange Rates and Commercial Policy on Agricultural by Jorge García García (1981)
"Colombia's export promotion system is described and analyzed in several works. ... "The Export promotion system and the Growth of Minor Exports in Colombia. ..."
5. Agricultural Research in Nepal: Resource Allocation, Structure, and Incentives by Ram P. Yadav (1987)
"The promotion system lacks objectivity and is subject to pressures and manipulation. -Fighting for promotion- is not an idle expression, but is literally, ..."
6. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the National Civil-Service Reform League by Meeting (1907)
"Personally, I believe that an efficient promotion system is possible. ... The basis of any practical promotion system is the record of the candidate. ..."
7. Ethics and National Defense: The Timeless Issues by James C. Gaston (1994)
"In point of fact, the needs of the services are (or ought to be) the engine that drives the promotion system; this has always been the truth of the matter. ..."