1. 辭職：動. (to) resign/quit; 名. resignation; 慣. call it quits; bow out
2. 報到：慣. (come) on board; report to work
3. 聘雇書：慣. (employment/job) offer letter
4. 新人訓練：專. orientation
5. (工作)沒有前景：慣. a dead-end/no-promising job
6. (企業內)小咖：慣. a small potato/beer; Jack-a-lent; a cog in a wheel/the machine
7. (工作)交接：慣. handover
〔例句〕For those who’d like to jump ship in this bad economy, it’s strongly advisable that no resignation should be submitted to the current boss before the formal offering letter from the next company is secured. And even after your quitting the job, a smoothly responsible handover is necessarily expected. Comments from the former colleagues and supervisors could be very vital in your credential and resume.
 形. 明智的; 可取的
 動. 呈交
 形. 現在的
 形. 正式的
 動. 安全取得
 副. 平順地
 形. 必要地
 形. 重要的
 名. 資歷
 名. 履歷表
8. 過渡時期：名. transition
〔例句〕In this transition period, I’m asking the full cooperation and enthusiastic collaboration from each of our employees and departments. There is no such thing as a small potato or a dead-end job. Everyone plays an indispensible role in this giant organization. Rest assured that what you’re doing is reasonably rewarded and clearly recorded for the future career development.
9. 歡送會：慣. farewell party
10. 跳槽(者)：名. job-hopper; 片. jump ship; 俚/口. job-hop
11. 挖角：動. (to) poach/(head)hunt/tap
12. 找工作：慣. job hunting/searching/seeking
13. 人員流動率：慣. turnover rate
〔例句〕The good news lies in that our turnover rate in the retailing outlets has been significantly shrink in the past quarter. It means our new training methods, including a solid orientation week, towards/on/about/regarding those new hands, have eventually worked out. We attributed this to our HR department head, Jane. While she’s retiring soon, a farewell party for her will be hold officially in the Hyatt Hotel tomorrow evening.
14. 聘用員工數：慣. head count
15. 面試官/專訪者：名. interviewer; 反ó 受試/受訪者：名. interviewee
〔例句〕Assuming you’ve gotten a reference letter from a key businessman, you’ll have the better chance to find yourself a good position in the job hunting process. The interviewer would usually be quite impressed by such referral.