Idiomatic expressions are quite useful to convey what you want to express and idioms are also useful in the Business setting.
Here are 5 idioms that you can use. Always remember that when you learn a new word or phrase. Practice making sentences out of it.
1. by the book
meaning: To do things "by the book" means to do things according to company policy or the law.
Example: I have to do things by the book in
my workplace or else I will be in trouble.
2. call it a day
meaning: To "call it a day" means to decide to stop working for the day.
example: I have been working since 7 am, it's
11 pm now, let's call it a day and resume work
3. change of pace
meaning: "A change of pace" is something different from a normal routine or schedule.
Example: Our company needs a change of pace,
our work is becoming boring.
4. cut corners
meaning: To "cut corners" means to take shortcuts and find an easier or cheaper way to do something.
example: If you want quality products, do not cut corners.
meaning: "Cut-throat" is used to describe
something that is very intense, aggressive,
example: In the fashion industry, the competition
is cut throat.
Use at least 2 of the idioms and make a sentence of your own. The meaning and examples are included for your reference.