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V. Fill in prepositions, where necessary

1. Applicants jobs will need to be interviewed and recommendations made appointments.

2. Employees must attend the core time each day, but the remaining hours can be absorbed the flexbands.

3. replying a letter or writing response a telephone call you should always make sure you have covered all the points issue.

4. No matter how automated production becomes, the roles people are central every business.

5. The calculations are complicated somewhat flexible working hours which give staff the opportunity to choose their own attendance times certain limits.

6. The most expensive equipment is ineffective the hands careless or disgruntled workers.

7. The Personnel Department has an overall responsibility carrying the policies the Board Directors relation staffing.

8. The second dimension relates the quality the workforce and is evidenced the workers' enthusiasm and motivation.

9. The whole framework pay is obviously concern personnel, including salary scales, overtime and bonus payments where appropriate.

10. There has to be a system priorities, the more important customers receiving attention first.

 

VI. Fill in articles where necessary

1. Any employee who is dismissed unfairly may be entitled to compensation where industrial tribunal considers dismissal was wrongful or unfair.

2. If number of new staff joins firm it is expedient to make clear firm's policy on this important subject.

3. In replying to letter or writing in response to telephone call you should always make sure you have covered all points at issue.

4. In UK, there is legal requirement that every employee must receive written statement setting out terms and conditions of their employment.

5. modern employment law accepts that employee's job cannot be taken from him unfairly.

6. calculations are complicated somewhat by flexible working hours which give staff opportunity to choose their own attendance times within certain limits.

7. statement will include job title which could be relevant if employee is subsequently dismissed for refusing some task for which he was not employed.

8. whole framework of pay is obviously of concern to personnel, including salary scales, overtime and bonus payments where appropriate.

9. There has to be system of priorities, with more important customers receiving attention first.

10. There is no merit in maintaining backlog of unanswered mail, but with suitable effort backlog could be eliminated.

 

VII. Complete the following sentences filling in appropriate words from the box

 

applicants; appointments; compensation; deductions; dimension; employee; employment; induction; involvement; negotiations; priorities; promotions; recommendations; recruits; requirement; staff; token; workforce.

 

1. A vital area of would be the with trade unions and the shop stewards, listening to grievances and attempting to cope with them

2. After have been appointed programmes will need to be organized so that the new can fit in as efficient members of the team as soon as possible.

3. Any who is dismissed unfairly may be entitled to where an industrial tribunal considers the dismissal was wrongful or unfair.

4. for jobs will need to be interviewed and made for .

5. By the same curtness should be avoided, no matter how overworked you might be.

6. In the United Kingdom, there is a legal that every employee must receive a written statement setting out the terms and conditions of their .

7. Procedures will need to be developed for upgradings and as well as selection.

8. The records maintained for all employees will show the remuneration paid, together with tax .

9. The second relates to the quality of the and is evidenced by the workers' enthusiasm and motivation.

10. There has to be a system of , with the more important customers receiving attention first.

 

VIII. Translate the following sentences into Ukrainian paying attention to the translation of the italicized words

 

1. A more flexible approach to childcare arrangements is needed.

2. Computers have made our paper records redundant.

3. Half of the candidates were eliminated afterthe first round of interviews.

4. He's suing his former employer for wrongful dismissal.

5. I am simply trying to ascertain the facts of the case.

6. More than half the staff are temporary.

7. Once we have all the relevant information, we can make a decision.

8. The businesses that will survive will be those that anticipate changes in technology.

9. The car park was full, and the nearest suitable alternative was two miles away.

10. These six countries are the geographical core of Western Europe.

 

IX. Translate into English

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SPEECH EXERCISES

I. Make up situations of your own using the given words and word combinations

 

1. Provision and maintenance of a workforce (at the right time; available in; concerned with; dimensions to the task; ensure; enthusiasm and motivation; evidenced by; for the jobs; highly motivated workers; more productive; necessary skills; of quantity; Personnel Department; quality of; relates to; right numbers; workforce).

2. The personnel function in an organization (applicants for jobs; ascertain; contact with; departmental managers; efficient; fit in with; for appointments; induction programmes; line managers; many facets; members of the team; new recruits; off-job; on-job; recommendations; staffing requirements; upgradings and promotions; work schedules)

3. A legal requirement that every employee must receive a written statement (be discriminated against; by law; compensation; depending on; dismissed for; dismissed unfairly; employee's job; entitled to compensation; industrial tribunal; job title; length of service and pay; made redundant; modern employment law; relevant; set out; subsequently; taken from; terms and conditions; wrongful or unfair).

4. Responsibility for carrying out the policies of the Board of Directors (area of involvement; attempting to; be concerned with; cope with; department; formulation of; grievances and attempting; in relation to; lighting and heating; matters of; negotiations with; safety and personal hygiene; shop stewards; trade unions; welfare).

5. The roles of people are central in every business (approval of; automated production; careless or disgruntled; core time; firm's policy on; important subject; in the hands of; ineffective; most expensive; Personnel Department; production line; professional manner; remaining; responsibility for; same token curtness; starting and finishing times; within the flexbands).

 

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