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corporate ladder

noun
1.
the hierarchical order of position, title, or rank, as in a large corporation:
to work one's way up the corporate ladder.
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Examples for corporate ladder
  • Executives rotated through every few years on their way up the corporate ladder, each with a different vision.
  • And among the executives who work within private offices, each step up the corporate ladder no longer guarantees more space.
  • In fact, you have much more power than you think, even if you are on the bottom rung of the corporate ladder.
  • We live in an era when success is not necessarily measured by working your way up the corporate ladder.
  • We did not stay anyplace long enough to climb the corporate ladder, earn a pension, or complete an educational program.
  • The higher up you go on the corporate ladder, the less likely it is that leaders will ask for feedback about their performance.

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