#EngVocab #EngGame: vocabulary related to work

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Just like our previous (well, some of them), the rule is: guess the word in each number from the definition given. Let’s start. :)

QUESTIONS

  1. H _ _ _ _ r _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _: the department in a company that deals with hiring and firing.
  2. C _ _: the company executive with the most decision-making power.
  3. P _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _: everyone who works for the same company or employer.
  4. C _ _ _ _ _ _: a semi-separated office space defined by partitions that generally rise halfway to the ceiling.
  5. R _ _ _ _ _ _: to actively seek new workers.
  6. B _ _ _ _ _ _ _: awards other than a salary paid to an employee, such as medical coverage or vacation leave.
  7. N _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _: a business information exchange between individuals, groups, or companies.
  8. F _ _ _: to dismiss from a job.
  9. P _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _: conforming to good business ethics; a person trained specifically for a job or industry.
  10. D _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _: money taken out of a paycheck for taxes, insurance, retirement plans, etc.
  11. P _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _: advancement from one position to a higher one, usually with a pay increase.
  12. C _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ c _ _ _: a telephone call that allows people in different locations to conduct business over the phone.
  13. T _ _ _ c _ _ _ _: a clock that is used to punch an employee’s time in and out on a time card.
  14. N _ _ w _ _ _ _: the amount of money paid to an employee after deductions.
  15. L _ _ o _ _: to dismiss a number of employees due to a reduction in business or need for their services.

ANSWERS

  1. Human Resources
  2. CEO
  3. Personnel
  4. Cubicle
  5. Recruit
  6. Benefits
  7. Networking
  8. Fire
  9. Professional
  10. Deductions
  11. Promotion
  12. Conference call
  13. Time clock
  14. Net wages
  15. Lay off

Source: Fluent English by Barbara Raifsnider

Compiled and written by @NenoNeno at @EnglishTips4U on February 10, 2014

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