up-or-out

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up-or-out (comparative more up-or-out, superlative most up-or-out)

  1. Relating to the practice of forcing employees not promoted in a timely fashion to terminate employment.
    We follow an up-or-out policy at six years. Either you become a partner or you are gone.

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