The boards rank all those they deem promotable, and the Bureau of Human Resources determines--based on numbers that are not shared with the board but are shared with the American Foreign Service Association--how many promotion opportunities are available.
What does P stand for?
P stands for Promotable
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- Progressive Scan
- Proline (amino acid)
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through June 2013), and not in a promotable status as of September 30, 2012.
Promotable Soldiers in the grade of E-4 will be allowed to stay up to 12 years.
If you have a first-term Sailor who has a promotable evaluation, it could affect his/her chance to stay Navy.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The award is given to an employee with fewer than six months tenure with the company who successfully excels at learning job responsibilities, maintains a positive attitude, is flexible and promotable, routinely supports Community Services events, and is truly committed to the company's mission.
He was an early producer at CNN and CNN2 (now HLN), founded NewsProNet and created the strategic news service SweepsFeed to provide exclusive promotable television and online content to local television stations.
Carlton also specializes in arranging passive, promotable equity for real estate Fund vehicles for many of its clients who include some of the most successful financial institutions around the world.
Two items which I'm compelled to include here are promotable status and bonuses.