Cambridge English for Human Resources

The course covers areas such as resourcing and outsourcing and designing a competence framework.

Publication Date:
2011
Series Editor:
Day, J.
Levels:
Intermediate (B1+)
Upper Intermediate (B2)
Author:
Sandford, G.

Career Paths - Management

Career Paths: Management I addresses topics including office equipment, pay and benefits, networking, presentations and negotiating. Career Paths: Management II addresses topics including office equipment, pay and benefits, networking, presentations and negotiating.

Publication Date:
2013
Levels:
Beginner (A1)
Pre-Intermediate (B1)

Career Paths - MBA English

Career Paths: MBA English addresses topics including management skills, communications, parts of a business, balance sheets and types of businesses.

Publication Date:
2015
Levels:
Beginner (A1)
Pre-Intermediate (B1)
Author:
Burkhardt, A.
Dooley, J.
Evans, V.

Dictionary of Economics

Publication Date:
2015
Levels:
Upper Intermediate (B2)
Proficient (C2)
Author:
Betsis, A.
Tompson, M.

English for Economics

English for Economics is a skills-based course designed specifically for students of economics who are about to enter English-medium tertiary level studies.

Publication Date:
2012
Levels:
Upper Intermediate (B2)
Proficient (C2)
Author:
Roberts, M.

English for Human Resources (Express Series)

English for Human Resources is an ideal short course for those working in human resources and recruitment, who need to use English at work.

Publication Date:
2007
Levels:
Intermediate (B1+)
Author:
Pledger, P.

Key Terms in People Management

Key Terms in Human Resources has been revised and expanded to include new chapters on Employment Law and Intercultural Communication.

Publication Date:
2005
Levels:
Intermediate (B1+)
Advanced (C1)
Author:
Flinders, S.

Professional English in Use - Management

This book offers specialist managerial vocabulary reference and practice over 45 units, covering key MBA topics including Leadership and Change management.

Publication Date:
2011
Levels:
Intermediate (B1+)
Advanced (C1)
Author:
Mckeown, A.
Wright, R.

The Penguin Dictionary of Economics

The Penguin Dictionary of Economics explains a host of economic terms, from acceleration principle to venture capital, Euro to X-efficiency, globalisation to zero-sum game. The eighth edition has been fully revised and updated to include those terms that have become so familiar since the global recession begun ('quantitative easing' and 'sub-prime' among them), but whose meanings escape most of us. Wide-ranging and accessible, this detailed practical and international guide will be indispensable for students of economics and professionals (in business, finance or the public sector), and for anyone wishing to follow economic discussions in the media today.

Publication Date:
2011
Levels:
Economics (n/a)
Author:
Bannock, G.
Baxter, R.E.
Davis, E.

English for Management Studies

English for Management Studies is a skills-based course designed specifically for students of management studies who are about to enter English-medium tertiary level studies.

Publication Date:
2009
Levels:
Upper Intermediate (B2)
Proficient (C2)
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