Here are some English words that people use in business (especiallynow with remote working):
Remote work - working a distance, not working at the office.
"Software companies allow for remote work."
jump on - to enter a call.
"I need to jump on my next call."
jump off - to leave a call.
"I need to jump off this call."
screenshare - share the screen of a computer.
"Is screenshare available on zoom?"
mic (pronounced mike) - an abbreviation for microphone.
"Turn on your mic."
hop on - The same as jump on.
"I need to hop on my next call."
hop off - The same as jump off.
"I need to hop off this call."
turn on - to activate.
"Turn on your microphone."
turn off - to deactivate.
"Turn off your microphone."
ASAP - an acronym for "as soon as possible". But Americans usually say this to mean, "I need it now."
"Send the email ASAP."
EOD - an initialism for "end of day".
"Send the email EOD."
EOC - an initialism for "end of close". Means at the end of business hours (usuallu 17:00 or 5:00pm).
"Send the email EOC."
EOB - an initialism for "end of business". The same as EOC.
"Send the email EOB."
OOO - an initialism for "out of office". It means that the business is not in the office.
"I am OOO on Monday."
WFH (work from home) - an initialism for "work from home". It means a person is working from their home and not the office.
"I am WFH (working from home) on Monday." Note
TBD - an initialism for "to be determined". It means that something is not known and a decisions or information is needed.
"The date of the event is TBD."
Cc - an initialism for "carbon copy." It means that a person wants you to put them on an email where they are not the recipient.
"CC me on the email."
Forward - to send something.
“Please forward me the email.”
“Please forward me the report.”
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