In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1Businessdirección feminineadministración femininegestión feminine(techniques/consultant) de administración de empresas(consultant/techniques) de gestión de empresas[ S ]under new management — cambio de firma
- she's studying management — está estudiando administración de empresas
- management chart — organigrama administrativo / de gestión
- management committee — comité directivo
- management services — servicios administrativos / de administración
- management trainee — directiva en formación
- The responsibilities of management and directors also raise concern with regard to privacy and security.
- Risk management is rapidly becoming the most important issue for boards and managements of public companies.
- Views such as this were expressed at a contest for management professionals organised in the city on Tuesday.
- It is often at the point of taking on extra management responsibility that any semblance of work-life balance is lost.
- Local companies had good technical expertise but lacked management skills and operating capital.
- Even when these managements showed losses in productive companies, nobody talked about their inefficiency.
- And why should well-managed companies bail out incompetent managements?
- Where, asked a journalist pithily, is the space where newspaper owners and managements can be held to account?
- Whatever the final cost, it will be a high price for many managements.
- There is a financial advantage as well, the hotel managements claim.
- Safety reports have shown that management failures are responsible in most cases.
- She can be certain that Gowers has both the journalistic and management skills for the job.
- Stakeholders need to focus on the key skills that directly support management decisions.
- The course is run over a four week programme involving management and organisational skills.
- This group includes the top managements of leading hotels in Chonburi including Pattaya.
- Shareholders get the boards and managements they deserve.
- It was also an operational failure, and thus a failure for which management must take responsibility.
- Of concern to fisheries managements and anglers is the decline in the numbers of salmon returning to rivers.
- It must be hoped the intensity and responsibility that management will bring will not impinge on his performances.
- Some have returned, bringing money and, equally important, new ideas and management skills.
- Was the outcry following his appointment based on his management skills or the fact that he wasn't English?
- In fact, it can be a great way to develop management skills - for you or for your employees.
- After all, management teams have clear responsibility for ensuring capital is effectively husbanded.
- The ban has landed the circus managements in a tricky situation as they can neither use them for the shows nor abandon them.
- The managements of big industries adopt the concept to improve the quality of work in workplaces.
- It helped to develop their management skills in terms of communication, leadership and motivating people.
- The same management team is responsible for the control of these operations.
- Hairdressers are not generally associated with having a keen business sense or management skills.
- However, none of the printing press managements seem to have chosen to obey this directive.
- The Commission was given direct management responsibility in a number of areas.
- The benefit of the new system is that it gives managements the opportunity to make a few corrections and go on again.
- Recently, the Director of Matriculation Schools has sent letters to the managements to end the practice.
- Thus, it was clear that it had been drafted in collusion with the managements, he added.
- As of now, the managements seem to be calling the shots.
- Initially they were given loans though most were not doing well as they lacked management skills.
- Many of the 42 college managements have been shown to be indifferent, incompetent or, in some of the worst cases, plain corrupt.
- Several managements are now consulting security firms for insulation from product theft.
- He said it was the responsibility of the hospital management to address issues such as a lack of beds.
- The father of five is set on a civilian career in leadership and management training, it is understood.
- Evidence from our surveys shows poor management skills and minimum work conditions are the industry norms.
1.2(handling, control)gerencia femininegerenciamiento masculinepersonnel management — gerencia de personal feminine
- State level officers were also trained in management and financial processes.
- It actually switches the business model from sale of a chemical to management of a chemical process throughout the lifecycle.
- Unions have proven to be useful at assisting the process of sensible party management.
- Some of the Audit Commission's work has focused specifically on the process of management.
- Remember that management, like any other skill, is something that you can improve at with study and practice.
- Such a move sticks out, as people have lined up to slam his management of the complicated process.
- It is becoming a model for environmental management and control.
- The return of this bill to the House is a welcome step toward a better process for resource management in New Zealand.
- This can only be done through a fair and open process of performance management.
- The diagnosis of diabetes will almost certainly focus attention on more active management of these risk factors in the future.
- It is important to remember that risk management is used throughout a program's life cycle.
- It also now provides courses on environmental management, photography and painting.
- But the impulses towards risk management and social control trump such wishes.
- General management of the arthritic process is important, with physiotherapy to prevent joint contracture.
- This book takes a good look at the process of color management and the theory behind it.
- If party managers had been looking to conventions as a process of crowd management it was soon clear that it was not such a simple matter.
- Instead it had a broader, ecological meaning: the maintenance and management of entire natural processes.
- They have achieved that through sound business dealings and good management.
- It is a critical activity for land management and environmental change research.
- As a result, environmental management plays a larger role in the food industry.
2.1(as group)directivos masculinemanagement and workers — los directivos / la patronal y los trabajadores
- senior management — altos cargos
- middle management — mandos (inter)medios
2.2(of particular company)dirección femininegerencia femininethe managements of the clubs — las (juntas) directivas de los clubes
- a management decision — una decisión de la dirección / gerencia
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