UK's most hated office buzzwords

UK's most hated office buzzwords

Work can be tough when you’re putting in 110% to smash it with a win-win before close of play – and research from Business telecommunications provider 4Com suggests that hearing office buzzwords all day only makes it worse.

The researchers found that despite a third (31%) of those surveyed agreeing that office jargon is annoying, almost a quarter (23%) admitted that they used buzzwords daily. One in fifty confessing to using them every hour.

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Comments (1)

  • Rosemarie
    Thu, 20 Sep 2018 12:48pm BST
    "Reaching out."

    'In the [whatever the topic is] space."

    "Impactful." (Does this mean something that is likely to crash?)

    Each of these can guarantee that the message gets deleted.

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