Translating Business Jargon To English

Translating Business Jargon To English

Channeling frustration into creative output, a design studio acknowledges some of the unnecessary phrasing while at work.

Francisco Hui
  • 13 august 2010

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PSFK came across this website that translates English office jargon into conversational language. Similar to other websites that have reacted to unnecessarily decorated communication with clients and while at work, Unsuck It provides an outlet for employees to vent.
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