Summary Business vocabulary in use intermediate

ISBN-10 0521128285 ISBN-13 9780521128285
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This is the summary of the book "Business vocabulary in use intermediate". The author(s) of the book is/are Bill Mascull. The ISBN of the book is 9780521128285 or 0521128285. This summary is written by students who study efficient with the Study Tool of Study Smart With Chris.

Summary - Business vocabulary in use intermediate

  • 1 woordenlijst periode 1 Engels

  • in charge of 
    working for 
  • full time job
    A job for the whole of the normal working week
  • part time job
    a job for less than a normal working week 
  • permanent job
    It doesn't finish after a fixed period
  • temporary job
    It finish after a fixed period
  • Nine to five
    a job with regular working hours
  • clock on, clock off
    To log in if you come to work and to log off when you go home
  • flextime
    people can work when they want 
  • shifts
    you can work at day of night times
  • overtime
    to work more hours than usual, therefor you own more money
  • commute, commuters
    travel to work with car or by train
  • working from home
    do your work at home so you don't have to travel
  • teleworking, telecommuting
    working at home, working in a distance 
  • job/work
    statisfying, stimulating, fascinating, exciting
    the work is interesting and give you positive feelings
  • job work
    dull, boring, uninteresting, unstimulating
    the work is not interesting, your feelings are not good 
  • job work
    repetitive, routine
    the work involves doing the same things again and again 
  • job work
    tiring, tough, hard, demanding
    the work is difficult and makes you really tired
  • recruiment/hiring
    you are accepted for a job
  • agencies
    here you can engage outstanding people for work in your company
  • headhunters
    outside specialists, they can be used to find people for very important jobs
  • situations vacant
    a newspaper or website where you can find jobs
  • applied for
    you really want the job and you have send an application letter
  • curriculum vitae
    the story of your life, really detailed 
  • covering letter
    a letter with an explaining why he/she wanted the job
  • selection process
    the methods that a company uses to recruit people
  • backgrounds of applicants
    their experience of different jobs and their educational qualifications
  • qualifications
    things what someone can do very well
  • group discussion
    a discussion with more than two people to discuss something
  • psychometric tests
    to assess itelligence and personality
  • shortlist
    check all the things by referees
  • turn it down
    they do not want the job
  • appoint
    giving someone a function
  • graduates
    people who've just left university
  • paper qualifications
    things what someone can do very well, written on paper
  • work experience
    all the companies and organizations where someone had worked for 
  • in house training
    courses within the company
  • management development
    managers go on special courses
  • acquire experience
    get knowledge through doing things
  • skills
    a particular ability to do something well 
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is very profitable for a supplier or employee
(Legally) binding-contract
forces both sides  by law to carry out the actions that they had promised to carry out
is not written down
relates to a business agreement
Employment-contract/ labour-contract
is about what someone has to do in their job, or about what a particular group of employees have to do