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OTE

noun
 
 
UK
HR abbreviation for on target earnings: used in job advertisements to show how much you can earn if you achieve particular goals, for example in sales: a salary of £41,000 OTE
(Definition of OTE from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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