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define demotion
A demotion is a compulsory reduction in an employee's rank or job title within the organizational hierarchy of a company, public service department, or other body.
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A demotion is a compulsory reduction in an employee's rank or job title within the organizational hierarchy of a company, public service department, or other body.
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Breaking rules at a factory could mean all of the following, except a. fines. c. demotion. b. pay cuts. d. termination of employment
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Breaking rules at a factory could mean all of the following, except demotion.
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The income and jobs produced by factories led to a powerful middle class.

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