The 10 most hated office buzzwords

The 10 most hated office buzzwords

Phrases such as ‘ping me’, ‘let’s touch base’ and ‘thought shower’ are unnecessary in the workplace, according to almost three-quarters of UK workers.

70.9% of employees are dismissing the concept of a buzzword heavy office, saying they are irrelevant, with 74.1% feeling that people only use them to sound intelligent.

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Comments (2)

  • Sir
    Sir
    Tue, 2 Jan 2018 1:34pm GMT
    Actually, my pet hate is 'top talent' on the basis that the whole cliché is elitist - surely we're all talented at different things ?
  • PeopleHR
    PeopleHR
    Tue, 16 May 2017 5:14pm BST
    What if this goes full circle? In a few years or decades, maybe straight-talking communication will become the new "buzzword", and companies will seek to present their services using historic cliches?

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