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appoint sb
choose sb for a job
challenging
difficult to do, but interesting and enjoyable
clerical
connected with office work, especialy keeping records or accounts
clerk
office worker
complain
make a statement that you are not satisfied with something
complaint
a statement that you are not satisfied with sth
deal with sth
take suitable action in a situation (SYN handle sth)
department
a section of a business, university, etc
dismiss
to remove someone from their job, especially because they have done something wrong (SYN sack sb, fire sb)
duty
the task you do when you are at work
elsewhere
in or to another place
enquiry
a question about sth
even
at the same level
face-to-face
with and looking at sb
find a solution
find an answer to a problem (SYN solve a problem)
fire sb
to remove someone from their job, especially because they have done something wrong (SYN sack sb, dismiss sb)
give sb the sack
remove sb from their job because of sth wrong have done
hand in your notice
say officially thot you want to leave you job (SYN resign
handle sth
take suitable action in a situation (SYN deal with sth)
in charge of sth
in a position of control over sth (SYN responsible for sth)
involve
include
make a complaint
send a statement that you are not satisfied with sth
make an enquiry
ask a question about sth
make sb redundant
make sb leave their job because they are not needed any more
make sure
check sth so that you can be certain about it
member of the public
people in general
out of work
not working and unable to find a job (SYN unemployed)
promote sb
give sb a better job as a higher lever in a company
promotion
the act of raising someone to a higher position
prospects
chances of being successful in the future
public
people
quit
say officially that you want to leave your job (SYN resign
redundant
something not needed or not essential
resign
say officially that you want to leave your job (SYN quit
responsibility
the fact or duty of being in control of sth
responsible for sth
in a position of control over sth (SYN in charge of)
reward
sth you get because you have done sth helpful, worked hard, etc
sack sb
to remove someone from their job, especially because they have done something wrong (SYN fire sb, dismiss sb)
solution
answer to a problem
solve a problem
find an answer to a problem
sure
certain about sth
transfer sth from
move sth from one place to another
unemployed
not woring and unable to find a job (SYN out of work)
challenge
situation when you need to do sth difficult
get the sack
when you removed from the job for doing sth wrong