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  • n. Plural form of overperformer.


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  • Lower industry revenue and smaller bonus pools are "sparking a distinct polarization between overperformers and underperformers as opposed to the past, when everyone got something," said one headhunter.

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  • Vacations can help us get out of the OCP box and when we do we might just see that there are limits to indiscriminate output, a lesson we can take to other areas where this urge can get in the way of what we want -- say, family and friendships, which require time overperformers don't have.

    Joe Robinson: We Produce, Therefore We Are...Fried

  • So if Blizzard, as they say, make 25-man raids as easy as 10-man raids, the larger number of people means that a few overperformers will again make a few underperformers possible, which unless your name is Gevlon is a good thing.

    Tobold's MMORPG Blog

  • Doug's overperformers included Robin Hood, The Three Musketeers, The Thief of Baghdad, Zorro, The Black Pirate, all of them costume pictures.

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  • "This causes us to look closer than ever at the group and separate the overperformers from the underperformers.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper


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