Distrusting the Employee Crossword

Last week we read the article titled “Because Employees Can’t be Trusted” along with a list of vocabulary words and their meanings.  Now it’s time to put your knowledge to the test with today’s crossword puzzle.

We wish you luck!

Distrusting employees crossword puzzle

Distrusting Employees

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3. The restoration team worked this weekend _______ the desks. 1. Bob can be _______ _______ to take on more responsibility.
5. Kendra and Mike are often _______ to get their fellow co-workers into trouble. 2. The deadline has been _______ due to the circumstances.
6. Suzan wears her promotion like a _______ of honor. 4. _______ cutbacks in the retail sector, store executives will still receive a pay increase.
8. Having my supervisor always looking over my shoulder _______ my ability to do my job effectively. 7. My co-worker was _______ heavily as a result of his misconduct.
10. Our _______ operations are due to the high level of bureaucracy. 9. He _______ took on the role as new manager.
14. Everyone in the finance department will be _______ in the conference room. 11. We sent a _______ memo to all staff members yesterday.
15. He says that his job is a _______ one. 12. The _______ stood in front of my office building asking for money
13. We won’t be using the same suppliers as they are guilty of a _______ of contract.

Make sure to stop back next week to see the answers to this puzzle.   Also, visit our company web site by clicking here or visit: www.englishworkshop.com.mx

About englishworkshopmexico

My name is James. I work as a teacher and marketer with English Workshop in Mexico City. We provide Business English courses to aspiring people who are looking to move up the career ladder or simply become more international. I have been with English Workshop for around two years and I very much enjoy the teaching and marketing profession.
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