WFH is the usual acronym for working from home, as you’d expect.
WFH is a concept where the employee can do their job outside of the office. This could be either work done from home, or work done remotely on the road.
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- Maintain Regular Hours. Set a schedule, and stick to it.
- Structure your day like you would in the office
- Set Ground Rules With the People in Your Space
- Choose a dedicated work space
- Take Breaks.
- Socialize with colleagues
- Pick a definitive finishing time each day.
Amounts of money received by (or owed to) a company for goods or services provided.
Any individual or party that has an interest in or may be affected by a business and/or its activities. This can include anyone, from shareholders to residents of the local community.
The different elements making up the process involved in producing and distributing an item or items.
Money invested into a company or project by its owners.
Capital expenditure (CAPEX)
Money spent to create future benefits. Capital expenditure is money spent by a company either to buy fixed assets or to add to the value of existing fixed assets with a useful life that extends beyond the taxable year. With regard to tax, capital expenditure cannot be deducted in the year the money is paid. Compare with operating expenditure (OPEX), which refers to ongoing costs to run a product, service or system.
The movement of cash into and out of a business
Checking your company’s standards by comparing them with certain criteria, e.g. a competitor’s activities.
Financial events that are difficult to predict. It is called this because before people ventured to Australia, swans were assumed to only be white. No one had seen a black one until then.
This term originates from poker as blue chips are traditionally the highest-valued. Therefore, a blue-chip company is one that is large and considered to be safe or prestigious.
The process by which a person or business takes advantage of the difference in price of a share or a currency.
Property that has value owned by a company.
An official inspection of a company’s, or individual’s, accounts.
Business to business.
Business to consumer.
To be confident – Confidence means feeling sure of yourself and your abilities — not in an arrogant way, but in a realistic, secure way. Confidence isn’t about feeling superior to others. It’s a quiet inner knowledge that you’re capable. Confident people: … feel ready for everyday challenges like tests, performances, and competitions.
To be considerate– Being considerate is being polite and caring. People like it when you’re considerate of their feelings. We could all probably be more considerate of others: this word means you’re thinking of other people — considering them — and then treating them decently and with respect.
To be impolite– rude, not polite.
To be uneducated– having received little or no education.
source: Cambridge Dictionary