Seniority is not a valid predictor of performance, is it ethical for time in a role to be a factor in consideration for promotion?
Assess the impact in time in role, the positives and drawbacks of utilizing time in role.

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Time in Role and Promotion
Seniority is one of the factors that some organizations use to promote employees. However, empirical evidence suggests that the length of time an individual has served in a given role or worked for a particular organization is not a valid predictor of performance. Consequently, strictly adhering to seniority as the criterion for promotion can put an organization at a disadvantage when it comes to attracting and retaining talent. Organizations, therefore struggle to find a balance between promoting long-serving employees and encouraging those who have served for a shorter period of time that there are opportunities for career growth. This paper assesses the positives and drawbacks of utilizing time in role to promote employees....

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