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Management often disagrees with the use of seniority to determine promotion decision. Under what circumstances might an employer bypass a senior

Management often disagrees with the use of seniority to determine promotion decision. Under what circumstances might an employer bypass a senior employee and promote a junior employee? Is this a fair practice? Why or why not? Explain your answer
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Yes, it is true that sometimes management disagrees with the use of seniority to determine
the promotion decisions because of various reasons. At the shop floor where most of the
people have same...

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