Cross Training

Cheesy Corporate Lingo 28 February 2012


(1).  A term used by companies to trick employees into doing two or more jobs for no extra pay.


(2).  A ruse companies use to give employees a sense that they are adding value to their resumes by learning a new skill when in actuality they are filling in for an employee who just quit until a replacement can be found.


“Hey Pat, now that Justin is gone we think it would be a great time for you be sit in on some cross-training sessions for paid search. The more you learn the better, right?”