Seniority

The order of repayment. In the event of bankruptcy, senior debt must be repaid before subordinated debt is repaid.
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seniority

[n] - higher rank than that of others especially by reason of longer service
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Seniority

Sen·ior'i·ty noun The quality or state of being senior.
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seniority

senior status noun higher rank than that of others especially by reason of longer service
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seniority

noun the property of being long-lived
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Seniority

• (n.) The quality or state of being senior.
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seniority

seniority 1. The state or quality of being senior; priority by reason of birth, a superior age. 2. Priority or precedence in office or service; especially military. 3. Superiority in standing to another of equal rank by reason of earlier entrance into the service, or an earlier date of appointment.
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Seniority

The order of repayment. In the event of bankruptcy, senior debt must be repaid before subordinated debt is repaid.
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Seniority

A ranking or order of debt claims. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Seniority

Term used to designate an employee`s status relative to other employees, in determining such things as order of promotion, layoff, and vacation. Straight seniority is seniority acquired solely through length of service. In qualified seniority, other facts such as ability are considered along with length of service. Departmental or unit seniority is...
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seniority

The order of repayment. In the event of bankruptcy, senior debt must be repaid before subordinated debt is repaid....
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Seniority

[financial] In finance, seniority refers to the order of repayment in the event of a sale or bankruptcy of the issuer. Seniority can refer to either debt or preferred stock. Senior debt must be repaid before subordinated (or junior) debt is repaid. Each security, either debt or equity, that a company issues has a specific seniority or ranki...
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Seniority

Seniority is the concept of a person or group of people being older or in charge or command of another person or group, or taking precedence over them. Seniority is present in the most common relationships, between parents and children, siblings of different ages, and workers and their managers. See Classic of Filial Piety. Control is often grante...
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Seniority

The order of repayment. In the event of bankruptcy, senior debt must be repaid before subordinated d
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Seniority

Status determined by the length of time an employee has worked for a specific employer, department o
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