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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #44760: Working conditions
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    Working conditions

    Working conditions or Work conditions





    To work

    To commute

    To clock in /out

    To transfer

    To make redundant

    To dismiss

    To fire, to sack

    To resign

    To join a union

    To come to an agreement

    To resume work

    To carry out tasks

    To promote

    To have a balanced life

          A pay slip

        A workaholic

    Efficiency bonus

    Vocational training

    Sick / Maternity  leave

    Paid holidays

    Bank holiday

    TUC = Trade Union Congress

    Occupational disease





    Safety regulations


    A 35-hour-working week

       A demo,                   a demonstration


    Overstaffed / understaffed



    Compulsory / optional



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    1. John works 70 hours a week, he's totally .

    2. can take a long time and be very exhausting

    3. After a long strike, the workers last week.

    4. John is a : he never stops working !

    5. Jane is not here: she's on , her baby is due next month.

    6. The TUC protested against unpaid .

    7. are the days when the company pays you, but you are not required to work.

    8. Paul's company is : there are not enough employees to do all the work.

    9. Breaking your leg in your office is not considered as an .

    10. Workers at 7.30 in the morning.

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