Alt Idiomas

Saiba qual é a importância do Inglês na Administração e confira termos específicos da área

Para uma carreira bem sucedida em uma empresa na área de administração, é preciso que seu inglês esteja no mínimo em um nível independente ou melhor ainda, se estiver próximo ao nível em seu idioma nativo (português). Cargos mais altos e mais bem pagos, é claro, pedem alta desenvoltura na língua inglesa. 


A questão é simples: a habilidade essencial da comunicação faz com que o idioma seja essencial em muitos aspectos: negociações e parcerias com empresas estrangeiras, fornecedores, comunicação por e-mails, apresentações, reuniões, conversas ao telefone, na leitura e interpretação de documentos, viagens a trabalho, entrevistas de processo seletivo com candidatos e por aí vai. 


Segundo o Conselho Nacional de Administração,  a remuneração de um administrador varia entre R$3 mil a R$6 mil.

Veja alguns exemplos de cargos:

Administrador Financeiro
Gerente de Recursos Humanos
Gerente de Compras
Administrador de Compras
Administrador de Vendas
Gerente de Vendas
Gestão de Produção
Gerente de Serviços 


Conheça abaixo um pouco vocabulário comum à àrea administrativa:


  1. Assignments –  the tasks you must do as a part of your job;

  2. Budget – Financial limit to use and administrate for the needs of a department, a project or a company;

  3. Board – the group responsible for organizing and rule a company;

  4. Coachee – The person who receives the training;

  5. Briefing – Information given before tasks get to be done;

  6. Chairman – President of a council who directs the company;

  7. Breakthrough – a valuable achievement that impacts on the development of a solution for a problem, for example;

  8. Culture Audit – a study of the methods of a company to check if they are acceptable to its employees and others;

  9. Compliance – the act of following an order or rules;

  10. Business Plan – Organized details for developing a business;

  11. Core business – focal service of the organization;

  12. Dumping – Commercial practice, usually disloyal when organizations sell their products for incredibly low prices trying to harm and eliminate competition and then dominate the market with high prices. A term used for international market;

  13. Downsizing – When the company reduces the number of employees. Reducing the hierarchical levels of an organization;

  14. Bank loan – a transaction in which property is lent or given to another on condition of return or, where the loan is of money, repayment;

  15. Entrepreneur –  the person who starts the business, the businessperson;

  16. Factoring – The business of purchasing debts from clients at a discount and making a profit from their collection;

  17. Mortgage  It is a loan that is used to pay for a portion of the price of real estate;

  18. Hands-on – Active participation;

  19. Headcount – Number of people who work in the same team or organization;

  20. Trust Index – satisfaction survey of employees;

  21. Business Unit – a sector of a business that operates as a separate part of it;

  22.  Join Venture – Association of companies to explore a specific business. None of the organizations lose their own legal personality;

  23.  Outplacement – A way of resignation in which a company offers support to the employee to return to the job market, supporting his/her professional change;

  24.  Accounts payable – (AP) refer to the obligations incurred by a company during its operations that remain due and must be paid in the short term;

  25. Outsourcing – When an organization hires the services of other companies. It is done in sectors that do not involve the final product of the business;

  26.  Overhead – Operational expenses;

  27.  Rapport – Relationship of mutual confidence between two or more people;

  28.  Rightsizing – adequacy of the number of employees to its needs;

  29.  Liability– A financial obligation of a company that results in the company’s future sacrifices of economic benefits;

  30.   Accounts receivable  – (AR) are the balance of money due to a firm for goods or services delivered or used but not yet paid for by customers.

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