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EGLOSSERY by Mind Map: EGLOSSERY

1. All corses

1.1. english for businss

1.2. software of business app

1.3. mangement and leader ship

1.4. marketing

2. Unit 1

2.1. Classification: the process of organizing things such as jobs or products into particular groups based on their type

2.2. Divide: to calculate the number of times one number fits into another.

2.3. Senior management: managers at the highest level of a company or organization, considered as a group.

2.4. Motivation: enthusiasm for doing something.

2.5. Promotion: the process or fact of giving someone a higher or more important job.

2.6. Subordinate: having less power or a lower position than someone else in a company or an organization.

2.7. Function: a job or task that someone or something does.

2.8. Performance: how successful an investment, company, etc. is and how much profit it makes.

2.9. Responsible: used to describe something, for example, a job, where you are able to act and make decisions on your own.

2.10. Consider: to spend time thinking about a possibility or making a decision.

3. Unit 2

3.1. Enterprise: a business plan or project, especially one that is difficult or that may fail or lose money.

3.2. Pessimistic: someone who feels that bad things are more likely to happen than good things.

3.3. Incentives: something, especially money, that encourages a person or organization to do something.

3.4. Assumes: to begin to take control of something.

3.5. Self-actualization: a person's desire to use all their abilities to achieve and be everything that they possibly can. The expression is used by Maslow in his theory of human motivation.

3.6. Discipline: the practice of making sure that people obey rules and do not cause problems.

3.7. Benefits: the money that an employer owes to an employee as a pension, which is based on the amount of time the employee has worked for the employer.

3.8. hygiene factor: something connected with a job that may not make an employee feel satisfied, but that will make them feel unhappy if it is not provided, for example fair pay, respect from other workers, or pleasant working conditions.

3.9. Combine: to join together in order to make a single thing or group, or to join things together in this way.

3.10. Corporate culture: the beliefs and ideas that a company has and the way in which they affect how it does business and how its employees behave.

4. Unit 3

4.1. Eliminate: to completely remove something that is not wanted or needed.

4.2. Flatten: to reduce the number of different levels of managers and other employees in an organization.

4.3. Inventory: the amount of goods a store or business has for sale at a particular time, or their value

4.4. Market segment: a group of possible customers who are similar in their needs, age, education.

4.5. Merger: a situation when two or more companies, organizations, departments, etc. join together.

4.6. Outsourcing: a situation in which a company employs another organization to do some of its work, rather than using its own employees to do it.

4.7. Split: to divide or cause to divide into two or more parts.

4.8. behaviour or character.

4.9. Takeover: the act of taking control of a company by buying enough of its shares to do this.

4.10. Recession: a period, usually at least six months, of low economic activity, when investments lose value, businesses fail, and unemployment rises.

5. Unit 4

5.1. Diversity: the fact of there being people of many different groups in society, within an organization, etc..

5.2. Confrontation: a situation in which people or groups with opposing ideas or opinions disagree angrily.

5.3. Authority: the official power to make decisions for other people or to tell them what they must do.

5.4. Collectivist: having a political system based on the principle of collectivism, or relating to the theory of collectivism.

5.5. Glocalization: the idea that local conditions must be considered in globalization (= trading in all parts of the world).

5.6. Hierarchy: a system in which the people within a company or organization are organized into levels according to the authority they have.

5.7. Multinational: a very large company that has offices, stores, etc. in many different countries but that is controlled from the country where it was started.

5.8. Foreign market: a financial market in which foreign currencies are bought and sold.

5.9. Individualist: someone who is different or original .

5.10. Stereotype: a fixed idea that people have about what someone or something is like, especially an idea that is wrong.

6. Unit 5

6.1. Candidate: a person who is competing for a job or an elected position.

6.2. covering letter: a letter that contains information about the thing it is sent with.

6.3. Headhunters: a person who is hired by a company to find someone who has the qualifications for an important job and is willing to leave their present job

6.4. Human Resources: a person who in charge of the department that deals with the employment, training, support, records, etc.

6.5. Junior: used to describe someone of a low rank, or of a lower rank in relation to others, in an organization.

6.6. Recruiters: a company or organization that is looking for new employees.

6.7. Referee: a person who knows you and who is willing to describe your character and abilities in order to support you when you are trying to get a job

6.8. Weaknesses: a situation in which someone or something is at a low level or is not strong or successful.

6.9. Vacancy: a job that is available in an organization and that people can apply for.

6.10. curriculum vitae: a short written description of your education, qualifications, previous jobs, and sometimes also your personal interests, which you send to an employer when you are trying to get a job.

7. Unit 6

7.1. Accountability: a situation in which someone is responsible for things that happen and can give a satisfactory reason for them.

7.2. Apprentice: someone who works for an employer for an agreed period of time in order to learn a new skill, often for a low wage.

7.3. critical mass: the size or number that something needs to reach before a particular change or development can happen.

7.4. Compulsory: if something is compulsory, you must do it because of a law or rule.

7.5. Equality: a situation in which men and women, people of different races, religions, etc. are all treated fairly and have the same opportunities.

7.6. Gender: the condition of being either male or female.

7.7. ethnic minorities: a group of people with a particular race or nationality living in a country or area where most people are from a different race or nationality.

7.8. Prejudice: an unreasonable opinion, especially about a particular group of people, that is formed without thought or knowledge.

7.9. Quota: a fixed limit on the amount of something that someone is allowed to have or is expected to do.

7.10. Ratio: the relationship between two amounts, represented by two numbers or a percentage, expressing how much bigger one is than the other.

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