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WORK by Mind Map: WORK
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WORK

Jobs

Health

Surgeon

Nurse

osteopath, kręgarz

Doctor

Midwife, A person, usually a woman, who is trained to assist women in childbirth

Dentist, dental surgeon

physiotherapist

chiropodist, pedikiurzysta/-tka

Child

Childminder, a person, who looks after a child, takes care of a child

Caretaker

Society

Taxi driver

Ambulance driver

Social worker

Police officer

Fire-fighter

Economy

Economist

Sales assistant

Cashier

bookmaker, bukmacher, a gambler who accepts and pays off bets, a person who edits, prints books

Sales representative, salesperson

Investment banker

broker, One that acts as an agent for others, as in negotiating contracts, purchases, or sales in return for a fee or commission, pośrednik handlowy

Education

Teacher

Librarian

University lecturer

Research scientist

Engineereing

Architect

Designer

Engineer

Plumber

Builder

Celebrities

Musician

Pop star

Footballer

Service

Pilot

Flight attendant

a driving instructor

Mechanic

Chef

Waiter/waitress

hairdresser, hair stylist

Cleaner

Adminstration

personnel officer

secretary

director

clerk, a worker, esp in an office, who keeps records, files, etc., urzędnik

receptionist

Other

farmer

law, lawyer, solicitor, for documents - notariusz, the company solicitor - radca prawny firmy, barrister, obrońca/adwokat

vicar, priest

vet

Qualities & skills

leadership qualities

be good with figures

TEAM

work well in a team

be a team-player

be good with people

be a good listener

INDEPENDENT

be able to think on your feet

have an eye for detail

keep calm under pressure

have initiative

QUALITIES

be flexible

be self-motivated

be open-minded

be ambitious

be enthusiastic

be hard-working

Phrasal verbs

put off

to postpone

bring down

To cause to fall or collapse; to reduce

line up

To arrange in or form a line

To organize and make ready

lay off

laid off (past)

To terminate the employment of (a worker), especially temporarily, wypowiedzieć umowę z kims

to lay off somebody

turn up

show, to appear

cut back

to reduce, to decrease

switch off

to stop thinking about sth; to stop paying attention

branch out

to expand or extend one's interests

take over

To assume control, management, or responsibility, assume - przejąć

take on

to hire

To undertake or begin to handle

count on

rely on

Collocations

to take a tool on

to have a very bad effect on someone

ex. on our health

target

meet

achieve

leisure pursuit

a hobby

a pastime

things you do while you're not at work

covering letter

a letter sent along with other documents to provide additional information, explanation

career path

promotion prospects

claims form

a document to fill with certain information

travel expanses

reimburse, pay back

working conditions

goals

COMPLETE

human interaction

job description

trial period

permanent contract

full-time / half-time contract

to work on a commision, umowa na zlecenie

to clinch an important deal

sfinalizować umowę

sick pay

scheme

pension scheme, A sum of money paid regularly as a retirement benefit or by way of patronage.

benefit scheme, addition money, bonus for employees to their normal salaries

Word formation

WORK

workforce

workload, the amount of work

workplace, presenteeism, the act of staying in your workplace for a longer time than you're supposed to

PRODUCT

productivity (noun)

productive (adj)

INVEST

investment

investor

QUALIFY

qualifications

qualified, wykwalifikowany

qualifying (adj), kwalifikacyjny

qualifier

EXPERT

expertise

expertly, umiejętnie, wprawnie

REPRESENT

representative (person)

representation (noun)

representational (adj)

ECONOMY

to economize

economic (adj)

economically (adv)

economist

CONSULT

consultancy, doradztwo

consultant

consultation, konsultacja

consultative

STREAM

streamlined, usprawniony, more efficient, zredukowany personel

streamlining

CLEAR

clarified, to clarify

clarification

Other

STRESS (effects)

stressful

insomnia, insomniac (person), to suffer from insomnia, the inability to fall asleep which repeats for a period of time

anxiety, state of being worried, nervous, anxious (adj), tension, tense

exhaustion, fatigue

pressure

burn-out (noun), a state of extreme physical and mental tiredness caused by overwork, burn out (verb), to become extremely tired

Fixed Phrases

satisfaction of a job well done

sense of achievement

JOB

to be in a dead-end job

to have a promising career ahead

to have a demanding job

to have a high-powered job, odpowiedzialny

LEAVE

to be ON maternity leave

to be ON sick leave

:(

to get the sack

to be made redundant

to be headhunted for

łowienie głów

zostać zrekrutowany

to be promoted to

WORK

to work nine-to-five

to work flexi-time