Vocabulary --> Personnel --> Promotions and Awards --> Word to learn

Study the following definitions and examples.


1.       achieve v., to succeed, to reach a goal

a.      I hope to achieve as much as you have in your short time with the company.

b.      The new Board of Directors has achieved all of its goals in the first six months.


2.       contribute v., to add to; to donate, to give

a.      Make sure your boss is aware of the work you contributed to the project.

b.      All employees are asked to contribute a few minutes of their spare time to clean up the office.


3.       dedication n., a commitment to something

a.      The director's dedication to a high-quality product has motivated many of his employees.

b.      We would never be where we are today if it weren't for many long hours and so much dedication.


4.       look forward to v., to anticipate, to be eager for something to happen

a.      The regional director was looking forward to the new, larger offices.

b.      We look forward to seeing you at the next meeting.


5.       looked to v., to depend on, to rely on

a.      The workers always looked to him to settle their disagreements.

b.      The staff is looking to their supervisor for guidance and direction.


6.       loyal adj., faithful, believing in someone or something

a.      You have been such a loyal advisor for so many years, I'm not sure what I'll do without you.

b.      Even though your assistant is loyal, you have to question his job perfor­mance.


7.       merit n., excellence, high quality

a.      Employees are evaluated on their merit and not on seniority.

b.      Your work has improved tremendously and is of great merit.


8.       obvious adj., easy to see or understand

a.      The marketing coordinator is the obvious choice to replace Ms. Nance.

b.      In many companies, it is very obvious who will be promoted.


9.       productive adj., useful, getting a lot done

a.      The researcher wasn't as productive when he first started working here.

b.      The managers had a very productive meeting and were able to solve many of the problems.


10.       promote v, to give someone a better job; to support, to make known

a.      Even though the sales associate had a good year, it wasn't possible to pro­mote him.

b.      The Assistant Director promoted the idea that the Director was incompetent.


11.       recognition n., credit, praise for doing something well

a.      The president's personal assistant was finally given the recognition that she has deserved for many years.

b.      Recognition of excellent work should be routine for every manager.


12.       value n., worth

a.       It is difficult to put a value on the work that an employee does.

b.      Employees value their colleagues' opinions.


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