‘Corporate ladder’ is business jargon that describes the process of gaining promotion and moving to higher ranks within a company.
The term was originally coined in past decades when people would often work within the same company for the entirety of their career. As they progressed from entry-level
positions to junior and senior managerial roles, this would be seen as ‘climbing the ladder’.
It still applies today, even though most people move between companies more frequently than in the past. Climbing the corporate ladder tends to bring the opportunity for higher salaries, better bonuses and more recognition for hard work.
It used to take many years to achieve promotion at each level. It can still take time, but there are things you can do to speed up the process and help you achieve your ambitions more quickly.
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