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Vocabulary 3 opposite number = has the same position / does the same job as me (informal) working relationship = way of communication and working together to collaborate = to work together to achieve shared goals counterpart = more formal equivalent of opposite number rapport = communication / relationship to take the initiative = make decisions without being told what to do hierarchical = has a structure with important and less important people pecking order = a system where some people have the right to get benefits / promotions before others job-share = an agreement where two people each share the same job workmate = colleague you are friendly with to talk shop = talk about work (informal) mundane = ordinary, not interesting to meet a deadline = have something finished by a fixed day or time to volunteer = offer to do something without being asked or told to do it rewarding = making you feel satisfied that you have done important or useful, or done something well stimulating = encouraging new ideas or new thinking workload = amount of work I have to do mechanical = you don't have to think about what you're doing repetitive = the same thing is repeated every day to knock off = to finish work (informal) monotonous = boring because it never changes satisfying = make me feel pleased by providing what I need or want challenging = that tests my ability or determination glamorous = very exciting, which everyone admires irregular and anti-social = do not enable one to have a normal social life to be stuck behind a desk = sitting at a desk all day (informal) mind-numbing = extremely boring tight schedule = very strict or limited timetable to be stuck in a rut = trapped in a job they can't escape from dead-end = with no prospects of promotion technician = person whose job involves practical work with scientific or electrical equipment to go in with = to form a business partnership with start-up = a small business that has just started programmer = someone who writes computer programmes Vocabulary 4 dynamic = energetic and forceful drive = strong motivation rewarding = giving you a lot back close-knit = working in a close relationship sales experience = experience of selling things team player= someone good at working closely with other people to fit a description = have these qualities lucrative = producing a lot of money maternity/paternity/adoption leave = time away from work to prepare for and look after a new baby / adopted child perks = extra things apart from salary (informal) benefits = extra things apart from salary (formal) job satisfaction = a feeling that you job is worth doing and fulfills you workplace = the place where you work run-of-the-mill= ordinary, not special or exciting holiday entitlement = number of days you have the right to take as holiday increment = increase/rise (formal) overworked and underpaid = often said together as an informal, humorous fixed expression voluntary/compulsory redundancy = people losing their jobs, by offering to do so/ having no choice skeleton staff = the minimum number of workers needed to keep operating interview panel = the group of people interviewing someone for a job
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