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CEFR C2 Vocabulary - Work Environment

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CEFR C2 Vocabulary
to pension off
[verb]
to force one's employee to retire or leave work and give them a payment
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to transact
[verb]
to do business with another person or company
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to lock out
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to prevent one's employees from working until they accept new policies or conditions
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to retrench
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to reduce the expenses of one's company by dismissing a number of employees from their job
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to skive
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to avoid fulfilling a responsibility by staying away from work
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to downsize
[verb]
(of an organization or company) to reduce the number of employees, often as a means of cutting costs or increasing efficiency
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to sack
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to dismiss someone from their job
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to troubleshoot
[verb]
to come up with solutions for challenges and difficulties in an organization or company
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to lay off
[verb]
to dismiss employees due to financial difficulties or reduced workload
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to liquidate
[verb]
to clear one's debt
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to clock in
[verb]
to record one's arrival at work by using a timekeeping system, usually involving the use of a clock or electronic device
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to onboard
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to integrate and familiarize a new employee or user with a system or organization
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to clock out
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to record the time of one's departure from work
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to liaise
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to establish a communication or cooperation which links parties or organizations
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to punch in
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to manually register the time of one's arrival at work by pushing a button on a machine
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to convene
[verb]
to meet or bring together a group of people for an official meeting
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to punch out
[verb]
to manually register the time of one's departure from work by pushing a button on a machine
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quorum
[noun]
the minimum number of people that must be present for a meeting to officially begin or for decisions to be made
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sweatshop
[noun]
a workplace, particularly one in which people produce clothing items, with poor conditions where workers are paid very low wages
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roster
[noun]
a list or plan showing assignments or duties for individuals or groups over a specified period
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organogram
[noun]
a diagrammatic representation of the hierarchical structure of an organization
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blue Monday
[noun]
a day of low motivation or sadness, commonly occurring at the start of the workweek due to the weekend ending
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assurance department
[noun]
a division within an organization responsible for ensuring that processes, systems, and products meet established quality and compliance standards
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hot desk
[noun]
a shared workspace in an office, available for use by any employee on a first-come, first-served basis, rather than being assigned to a particular individual
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hybrid working
[noun]
a model where employees split their time between working from home and working on-site
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logistics
[noun]
the management of supplying labor and materials as needed for an operation or task
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operations department
[noun]
the division within an organization responsible for the day-to-day management and execution of its core business functions
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exit interview
[noun]
a discussion with a departing employee to understand their reasons for leaving and gain feedback on their experience with the organization
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