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senior

1. Education
a. of, relating to, or designating more advanced or older pupils
b. of or relating to a secondary school
2. 
a. a senior pupil, student, etc.
b. a fellow of senior rank in an English university
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The sources said that the senior officers, who have been disregarded in the seniority list, have decided to file a joint petition in the Supreme Court to seek justice against the alleged discrimination on the part of the CDA management.
Upon hearing his seniority would not be recognised after the redevelopment of Dundalk, O'hare fought hard to get the decision overturned, but will not be standing at the track.
The seniority integration dispute arose in 2009 after Republic purchased Midwest, which was on the "cusp of extinction.
The court observed that the inter se seniority of Judges of a High Court shall reckon from the order and date of their appointment as Additional Judges of that court.
9 million in savings from a couple of items removed from the firefighters contract and restoring the seniority days would cost just around $344,000.
After months of contentious negotiations, the AirTran seniority integration committee was able to satisfy the wishes of the membership and reach an agreement with the SWA mechanics that both work groups were able to ratify.
The Committee will determine inter-se seniority in accordance with the recommendations of Jain and Krishnamoorthy Committees respectively, along with the guidelines of Department of Personnel and Training.
Flight instructors from AirTran, who do not currently have union representation, have now been integrated into the master TWU 557 seniority list.
A review of the collective bargaining agreements operating in Washington's 10 largest school districts shows that all use seniority as a basis for determining layoffs, and 8 of these districts use seniority as the only determinant of which teachers get laid off.
I believe in seniority, but I think there's just some issues with the licensure that could be more specific so (teachers) could fit where their skills are," McCon nell said Wednesday.
The negative returns to seniority that many studies find are commonly attributed to one of two factors.
When LAUSD lays off teachers by seniority, good teachers and new teachers are let go - and that might be unavoidable.