At or of a level that is higher in position or status: the practice of promoting current employees when higher-level positions become available
More example sentences
- The need now is to develop current staff for higher-level roles - and that in itself may prove the best retention policy.
- The higher-level attacks require button combinations and maybe a split-second longer to fully execute a move.
- Interviewees said the skills required for higher-level finance and accounting positions include the right balance of financial and managerial aptitudes.
Definition of higher-level in:
- The US English dictionary