el diccionario polaco - inglés

język polski - English

pracodawca inglés:

1. employer employer

His employer dismissed him yesterday.
His employer was sincerely grateful for his cooperation.
The job applicant did not meet the expectations of the employer.
My employer is a young, well-educated woman.
He was zealous in satisfying his employer.
No one dares to contradict his employer for fear of being fired.
Our employer will not give way to our demands for higher wages.
They negotiate with their employer about their wages.
And that's why for almost a hundred years, any employee has been able to go to his employer and insist on being paid in cash.
An employer is a person or company who employs other people.
Who is you direct employer?
They're very good employers
Most employers don’t pay their workers very well in Greece.
icalEcobusiness is an important international growth sector and a major employer.
We need a reference from your former employer.

Inglés palabrapracodawca"(employer) ocurre en conjuntos:

Unit 3. Public Relations B2 angielski
Words liable to be cofused - słowa pomieszane
3.2.1 A successful interview for a job
The Language of Employment Law (UNIT 4)
On screen 4 Language Knowlegde cz 1

2. boss

I get depressed thinking that a guy like our boss can have ultimate power over us.
After the hatchet job my boss did on my proposal, I'm not sure how long I want to keep on working here.
Just go in and tell the boss you want a raise. "That's easier said than done."
my boss
My boss has been trumpeting the virtues of yet another runaway bestselling managerial strategy guide.
He took it up with Mr. Jones, who was forever taken up short by his boss, Mr. Douglas.
Our boss insisted on that price, the shopkeeper explained. "But you know, you don't have to pay me 0.99 in kopeks. You can pay more if you like."
When the boss checks our expenses it can be pretty dicey. He knows how to read between the lines.
'Run away' will always work even with bosses and the last boss, so when you're in trouble let's run away.
Hey, steer clear of the boss today, he seems really ticked off about something.
Even if you boss attacks you and tells you to go away, you should make your point.
I was preparing to finish my report when my boss asked me to explain all of the project's details again.
After she picked up the first glass and water went all over the place, she called the boss out.
The boss caught me napping today when he asked me about that XYZ project we worked on last month.
The boss is hard to get along with. But if I try to talk to him about problems I have at work he might have a little heart. Even a hunter can't kill a bird who flies to him for protection.