Jobs

Learn to describe your daily responsibilities, salary, qualities, experience, as well powerful keywords in the workplace. Great module to prepare you for interviews. 

This english course is great for intermediate, upper intermediate and advanced students. The main focus of these business english lessons is for you to improve your ability to express yourself in a business environment. 

You are going to learn everything about:

Job Nouns

Describe what you do in your day to day and how satisfied you are with your job. 

  • Job Application
  • Job Security
  • Job Description
  • Job Satisfaction
  • Job Position

Responsibilities

  • Cope with:
  • Develop:
  • Improve:
  • Lead:
  • Set up:
  • Train

Skills

Describe the abilities that you have to do for your job

  • Deal with
  • Manage
  • Motivate
  • Organise
  • Plan

Qualities and Experience

Talk about your experience and what makes you a strong candidate. 

  • Experience
  • Qualifications
  • Strength
  • Weakness
  • References

Salary

Express how you earn your living and the different kinds of salaries that there are. 

  • Earn
  • Wages
  • Salary
  • Salary Expectations
  • Gross Wage/ Salary
  • Net Wage/ Salary
  • Minimum Wage
  • Overtime Pay 
  • Salary Range
  • Wage Band
  • Severance Pay (US) / Dismissal pay (UK)
  • Retirement

Working Day

Learn about the difference between the different kinds of working ways. 

  • Part-time job
  • Overtime
  • Shift 
  • Night / Day Shift
  • Working day (UK / Workday (US)
  • Temporary worker
  • Probationary period / Trial Period
  • Business hours /office hours
  • Training
  • Seasonal Payment
  • teleworking  / remote work

Leaves and Firings

Find out the different ways to leave a company

  • Resignation
  • Resign
  • Quit
  • Layoff
  • Fire
  • Let go
  • Medical Leave
  • Maternity Leave
  • Sick Leave
  • Unpaid Leave

Hiring the Correct Candidates

Learn everything about finding a new job. 

  • Résumé/CV
  • Application Form
  • Cover Letter
  • Adaptable
  • Reliable
  • Authoritative
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