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salary matrix

noun [C]
 
 
HR, WORKPLACE a chart that shows the range of salaries in a company and that is used when a decision is being made about how much people's salaries should increase: The new state salary matrix will keep new teachers from advancing in pay as quickly as they did in the past.
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