Tag: business jargon
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The directive came to all staff: ‘The BME conference is a staff benefit and we expect you to support it and, if appropriate, attend.’ My friend’s mum, an NHS professional, scratched her head. “What can it mean, Sue?” Sue was stumped too. “British Medical… Employees?” Even the NHS’s own staff, well-practised in the art of […]more
The office is famously a minefield of workplace jargon. If you’ve ever sent or received emails as part of your job, the odds are that you’ve seen some workplace jargon – maybe even used some yourself! Workplace jargon – or business or corporate jargon – refers to words and phrases that are either so vague […]more
The business world has always had an influence on language, ranging from contributions like best practices and bandwidth; we explore some words from the world of business that have spread their wings further afield. solopreneur As you might be able to guess, solopreneur refers to a ‘person who sets up and runs a business on their […]more