London, Jan 29 : 'Blamestorming' and 'boss-spasming' are among the latest words to make a buzz in the world of office jargon.
According to recruitment firm Office Angels, 'blamestorming' is used when colleagues debate over why a deadline was missed and who was to blame for it.
'Boss-spasming' means suddenly looking busy as a manager enters the room.
"Jargon is part of office life and while it can often be regarded as baffling and frustrating, there are advantages to speaking the office lingo," the Telegraph quoted David Clubb, the managing director of Office Angels, as saying.
"These can range from bonding with a team to understanding mind-boggling conference calls," he added.