override

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1. Commission received by a sales manager (or the upline in network marketing) on the sales made by sales persons (or the downline in network marketing) working under him or her.
2. Fee paid by a seller to a broker in case the broker deals directly with a buyer.

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Sometimes you may have to override one of your employees when you out rank him and think he is making a bad decision.
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I was the leader of the group, so I could override any decision made by the people under me, which made me feel powerful.
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We had to override the supervisor because a decision needed to be made by upper management to best set up the organization for success.
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