ability - Someone of her ability will easily find a new job.
abroad - She worked abroad for a year.
acquire - They have acquired avery good reputation.
appoint - We have appointed a new head of Human Resources.
challenge - Managing this project will be the biggest challenge of her career.
change of direction - I'm ready for a change of direction.
coincide - His visit was timed to coincide with the annual conference.
commodity - Crude oil is the world's most important commodity.
compromise - After talks the two sides finally reached a compromise.
consultant - I work for a firm of management consultants.
corporate culture - She's an original thinker who doesn't really fit in with corporate culture.
deployment - We need to rethink the deployment of our resources.
expendable - They seem to regard human lives as expendable.
get on - Parents are always anxious for their children to get on.
glass ceiling - Part-time workers are the victims of a glass ceiling in many companies.
incompetent - He's incompetent and should be sacked.
invest - The company has invested $2 million in new equipment.
Mobilität der Arbeitnehmer
job mobility - People today have more job mobility than in the past.
wichtige freie Stelle
key vacancy - We have a key vacancy in the marketing department.
laid off - 100 workers at the factory were laid off.
living expenses - The charity pays a small salary plus living expenses.
make (sb) redundant - As a result of the reorganization ten managers were made redundant.
monotonous - The work is easy, but very monotonous.
native - He longed to return to his native land.
nicht in Frage kommen
no-no - Jeans at work were a definite no-no.
opportunity for advancement - I left because I felt there was no opportunity for advancement.
sich entscheiden für
opt - They opted for a pay cut rather than lose their jobs.
personal development - Personal development is more important to her than making money.
promote - She worked hard and was soon promoted.
prospects - At 25 he was unemployed with no qualifications and no career prospects.
recurring - This is a recurring problem in our industry.
red tape - You have to go through so much red tape when taking on new staff.
redeploy - Most of the employees will be redeployed to other parts of the company.
regret - If you make a hasty decision, you may regret it.
relocation - The firm will pay the costs of your relocation.
resource - The business is inadequately resourced.
restless - After fi ve years in the job, he was beginning to feel restless.
retain - We are looking at ways to retain staff.
retirement - At 60, he was approaching retirement.
repatriation - The insurance will cover repatriation costs if you are ill abroad.
roster - I've drawn up the duty roster for this week.
secondment - She's here on secondment from head office.
eine Veränderung auf gleichem Niveau
sideways move - It's not a promotion for him, more a sideways move.
staff development - Staff development is an important part of a manager's job.
staff turnover - Our staff turnover is too high.
stretch - We are stretched to the limit and can't take on any more work.
suitable - Do you think she is a suitable candidate for the post?
in den Vorruhestand gehen
take early retirement - She took early retirement in order to travel the world.
team spirit - We did some exercises to build team spirit.
vorläufi ge Abordnung
temporary secondment - I got a temporary secondment to our offices in Paris.
tentative - We made a tentative arrangement to meet on Friday.
training - Few employees had received any training in management.
transferable skills - He wanted to learn transferable skills such as IT skills.
unemployed - He had been unemployed for six months.
update skills - Teachers have regular training days to update their skills.
vast - Your help made a vast amount of difference.