10 palabras relacionadas con el trabajo
shopkeeper (noun) Def: a person who owns and manages a small shopshop.
The shopkeeper thinks that the most respectable thing is to earn an honest living
Spanish: tendero, dueño de una tienda.
Def: not standard working times, for instance working at nights or weekends.
I suppose the worst thing about this job is the unsocial hours
Spanish: Horas laborables fuera del horario normal de oficina.
Def: period of work during the evening or night.
During the late shift there is more work to be done.
Spanish: Turno de trabajo de tarde-noche.
redundancy (noun) Def: the situation when someone loses their job because their employer does not need them
The survey found that employers planning to make redundancies are more likely to report an increase in mental health problems among their staff.
Def: the probability of someone keeping their job for a long time
Everyone is worried about how secure their job is – or what we call job security
Spanish: Estabilidad laboral
workload (noun) Def: the amount of work to be done
Teachers are always complaining about their heavy workloads
Spanish: Carga de trabajo
absence (noun) Def: when someone is not where they are usually expected to be
The report discovered that stress is the number one cause of long-term workplace absence
employee (noun) Def: someone who is paid to work for somebody
Half of the UK’s public sector companies have reported a rise in employee absence caused by stress
Def: after the usual time needed or expected in a job
They’re working overtime to get the job finished on time
Spanish: horas extra
dismiss (verb) Def: to remove someone from their job, especially because they have done something wrong
He has been dismissed from this job for incompetence