CV, Covering letter and Interview



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CV, Covering letter and Interview



Translate these expressions into Russian. You may use some of them when speaking on the topic CV, Covering letter and Interview.

Word Definition Translation
applicant n a person who applies for a job  
application form n a printed form sent out by an organization, on which a formal request is made  
appoint v to choose somebody for a job or responsibility  
benefit n 1 an advantage that you get from your company in addition to the money that you earn 2 a particular way in which a product can help you  
blue-collar adj a blue-collar worker does manual work, usually in a factory, which requires physical effort  
broker n a person who buys and sells shares for other people  
commission n U an amount of money that is paid to somebody for selling goods and which increases with the amount of goods that are sold  
competition n rivalry between businesses that are operating in the same market  
covering letter n a letter that you send with a document, for example a CV or a fax, explaining why you are sending the document and giving any other information that is necessary  
CV n (British English) curriculum vitae: a document written by job applicants giving their personal, educational, and professional details (American English = resume)  
deadline n the date by which something has to be completed  
dealer n a person who specialises in trading a particular type of goods  
debt n if you have debts, or if you are in debt, you owe money to someone  
employment history n a list of all the jobs you have had, from the earliest to the most recent  
enclosed adj included in a letter or package  
executive n a person who has an important job as a manager of a company or an organization  
freelance adj working, usually at home, for different organizations  
higher education n U education and training at college and university, especially to degree level  
income n the money that a person, a company, etc. earns from work or from business  
marital status n U (used on forms) the fact of whether you are married, single, etc.  
objectives n pl what you are aiming to achieve  
pay 1 n money earned by an employee as a salary or wage 2 v to give money to someone in exchange for items or services  
personal details n pl information about yourself  
promote v to make people aware of a product or service and want to buy it through advertising, public relations, or other means  
promotion n a move to a more important job in a company or an organization  
redundant adj if somebody is redundant, they are no longer employed because there is not enough work for them to do  
reference n a letter written by somebody who knows you, giving information about your character and abilities, to a new employer  
retire v to stop doing your job because you have reached a particular age  
rival n a competitor in the same market  
salary n an amount of money paid every month to an employee in exchange for their services  
shift work n U a system where work is divided into periods, each worked by a group of workers who start work as another group finishes  
subsidiary company n a company of which at least half the share capital is owned by another company, called a parent or holding company  
taxpayer n any person or organisation that is liable to pay tax  
vacancy n a job that is available for somebody to do  
white-collar adj a white-collar worker works in an office rather than in a factory  

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Cyprus

The hotel you’ve dreamed of…

 

Cyprus has long enjoyed a world wide reputation for the high standard offered in hotels. A number belong to large international groups, but many are still family-owned. All offer guests warm Cypriot hospitality. There is a wide range to choose from, some are small and traditionally styled, decorated with local stone and furnishings, whilst others are new and very modern, built to European style with Cypriot flair and attention to detail. All have the unique ability to combine a relaxed friendly atmosphere with business efficiency. Whenever you have time away from the conference table you will want to relax in the sunshine and enjoy a good swim. All hotels have beautiful pools, and if you fancy a dip in the clear waters of the Mediterranean, there are a number of excellent beaches in each of the coastal resorts. Twenty-nine beaches in Cyprus have been awarded the prestigious European Blue Flag award for their high standard of cleanliness and safety. Although the amenities provided by hotels vary, the high standard of rooms offered to guests does not. Rooms are spacious, well-designed with comfortable furnishings and air-conditioning for added comfort during the summer months, and reception staff will quietly and efficiently meet all your business requirements, leaving you time to enjoy the hotel's leisure amenities. Cyprus is well known for its delicious cuisine which is an interesting combination of European and Middle Eastern dishes and local specialities. Hotel food and beverage managers will happily design and со- ordinate special menus for your company's private functions and business dinners to be enjoyed in the luxury of the hotel's function rooms, and can advise on the wide variety of excellent local wines available.

Excellent facilities. As a conference and business destination, Cyprus has much to offer all types of organisations and every year hosts over 600 business events, welcoming companies and organisations from all over the world but mainly Europe and the Middle East. Cyprus is the ideal place to meet, talk and exchange ideas in the relaxed and comfortable surroundings of the island's excellent conference facilities. The International Conference Centre in Lefkosia is the island's flagship for conferences. It was purpose-built twelve years ago using the latest in design and technology and offers comfortable seating for up to 1,200 delegates. If you are planning something on a smaller scale, there are a wide range of excellent venues that are perfect for seminars, lectures, exhibitions and fashions shows. Staff at your DMC will offer information and advise on choosing the one best suited to your company's requirements.

 



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