Definition of long-serving in English:

long-serving

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adjective

Having held a position for a long time: a long-serving member of the band distinguished and long-serving teachers
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  • Removal of hierarchies also means removal of organizational careers, in the sense that organizations no longer generally offer an improving trajectory of status and earnings for long-serving employees.
  • This is a long-serving staff that know him very well.
  • We are not talking about laying off long-serving members of staff.

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