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English definition of “mid-ranking”

mid-ranking

adjective [before noun]
 
 
HR, WORKPLACE having a position of authority or importance in a company or organization, but not one of the most important positions: The vast majority of those penalized for unethical behaviour were low- to mid-ranking employees. Across the spectrum, mid-ranking executives are receiving increases in basic salary that may not necessarily reflect the performance of the company.
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