Each industry has its own professional terminology. After the accumulation of time, many people in the workplace will habitually use professional abbreviations instead of long sentences. If you don’t understand these, how can you mess in the workplace! If you are in a foreign company’s workplace, then you must master the following English acronyms to make your work more effective!
一. In the mail:
1.CC: carbon copy
4. FYI: for your information for reference
5. FYR: for your reference
6. BTW: by the way by the way, by the way
7. P.S: postscript supplementary explanation
8. ASAP: as soon as possible
9. RSVP: French Répondez s’il vous plait, please reply
10. EOD: end of the day before get off work, such as EOD Thursday, before get off work on Thursday
11. TBD, TBC: to be determined/decided/confirmed to be determined, such as meeting room TBD, which means that the meeting room is still to be determined
12. OT: overtime
13. N/A: not applicable Sometimes null values are not allowed in the form, you can fill in this
14. Loop in / drop: For example, if there is an email, Grace feels that it is related to whom, so he will reply to all, plus loop in, which is equivalent to @. If you drop, you also think that whoever is irrelevant, and reply to all and say drop and so. Remove mail conversation.
15. AFAIK: as far as I know, as far as I know.
16. BR: best regards, good wishes.
17. On annual leave/ business trip: On annual leave, I often send an email to related colleagues to inform me during business trips.
18. OOTO: out of the office, out of the office.
二. During the meeting:
1. 1:1: It is pronounced as one on one, which refers to a one-on-one meeting. Sometimes the spoken language will say one one casually.
2. BS: brainstorming, brainstorming, everyone brainstorms and discusses casual thinking.
3. Q&A: question and ask, the questioning part, usually after finishing the presentation, there will be time for this part.
4. con-call: conferencecall
5. Memo: Memo, meeting minutes.
三. Title terms:
1. CEO: Chief Executive Officer
2. COO: Chief Operations Officer
3. CFO: Chief Financial Officer
4. CIO: Chief Information Officer
5. CTO: Chief Technology Officer
6. President: President
7. VP: Vice President
8. FVP: First Vice President
9. AVP: Assistant Vice President
10. HRD: Human Resource Director
11. OD: Operations Director
12. MD: Marketing Director
4. Business terms:
1. ROI: Return On Investment, return on investment, for example, the ROI of this project is low, so the priority is relatively low.
2. SOP: Standard Operating Procedure, standard operating procedure, such as one thing completely
3. CRM: Customer Relationship Management, customer relationship management.
4. EDM: Email Direct Marketing, email marketing.
5. FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions, frequently asked questions, general new project introduction will put a FAQ document at the end to answer general doubts.
8. OP: Operation.
9. QA: Quality Assurance, testing and inspection.
10. YOY: year over year, year-on-year, for example, if our year-on-year growth is 40%, we can say 40% YOY.
11. KPI: Key Performance Indicator, performance.
In today’s workplace, the above content is often mentioned, not only foreign companies will use it! If your English is good enough, the types of companies you can choose are more diverse. The editor of Hujiang suggests that you, if necessary, suggest that you conduct professional workplace English training, which is also of great benefit to your career planning.