|WORD||DEFINITION||WORD IN CONTEXT||VOCABULARY BUILDING|
|face-to-face interview||A face-to-face interview, as opposed to a telephone interview, is an interview in which the candidate and the interviewer are both present in the same room.||In face-to-face interviews, non-verbal communication is extremely important.|
|factual interview questions||Factual interview questions are about your life, education and work experience.||Most job interviews begin with some small talk and a couple of factual questions.||Factual is the adjective form of the noun fact.|
See also behaviour-based questions and human questions .
|flexitime||If you work flexitime, it means you can start and finish work at different times every day if you wish, as long as you work the required number of hours per week.||I love working flexitime as I find it difficult to get up very early in the morning and am at my most productive in the afternoon and early evening.||to work / to be on flexitime (verb)|
|functional CV||A functional or skills CV is a CV in which the main focus is on the applicant’s skills and education.||If there are gaps in your employment history or you have very little work experience, it might be a good idea to write a functional CV, which emphasises skills, rather than a chronological CV , which emphasises work history.||Functional means practical here.|