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TO WORK OVERTIME – Fare gli straordinari
We had to work overtime to get the project finished on time.
TO WORK SHIFTS – Fare i turni
In today’s twenty-four hour society, more and more people work shifts.
A ROSTER – Elenco dei turni
The weekly roster is put up on the board so that you can see who is working.
TO TAKE TIME OFF/A DAY OFF – Prendere ferie/un giorno di ferie
I had two days off last week so I have a lot of work to catch up on.
TO CLOCK IN/OUT – Timbrare il cartellino
The staff clock in when they arrive and clock out as they leave.
A VACANCY – Un posto libero
We don’t have any vacancies at the moment but we will keep your CV on file.
HOLIDAY ENTITLEMENT – Diritto alle ferie
Although the holiday entitlement is very generous, holidays have to be taken at certain times of the year.
PROBATION PERIOD – Periodo di prova
They let him go at the end of the probation period.
TO MAKE SOMEBODY REDUNDANT – Licenziare (di solito per motivi economici aziendali, da non confondere con “to fire” che significa licenziare per una povera performance dell’impiegato)
They are closing down the factory and making 500 people redundant.
TO HAND IN (OR GIVE IN) YOUR NOTICE – Presentare le dimissioni
She handed in her notice this morning and is leaving at the end of the month.
SEVERANCE PAY – Buonuscita
The redundant workers were given 26 weeks’ severance pay.
TO RESIGN FROM A JOB – Dimettersi da un lavoro
I resigned from my previous employer because I thought some of their sales techniques were unethical.
TO BE AT STAKE – Essere a rischio
There are 500 jobs at stake if we don’t get the contract.