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    Seniority is not always a valid predictor

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    Given that seniority is not a particularly valid predictor of job performance, do you think it's unethical for a company to use it as a basis for promotion? Why or why not? Please explain. Please tell of any experiences that you know of where seniority was used in a fair or unfair manner.

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    Seniority as a Promotion Policy

    Seniority means the length of service in the organization or in its units or in a particular position. If the promotion policy is based on seniority, the most senior employee is promoted; provided, that he has the ...

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