coordinating the program of hearings of the Director General

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susanna76

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Romanian
Hi,

Now I'm really stumped. A Director General can hold hearings to listen to the concerns of his employees, but what would you call them when he's admitting to his presence guests? I'm translating a resume and this person is using the same Romanian phrase (literally, "program of audience") for both. I'm not even sure "program of hearings" is 100% correct in the first instance, let alone the second.

Should I maybe just say "program of audiences," with "audiences" (plural)?

Thank you!
 
  • susanna76

    Senior Member
    Romanian
    Okay then, but how do I express the idea that the Director General receives employees and guests to listen to their concerns? "Meetings" is too general a term. Should I say "hearing schedule"/"schedule of hearings" after all, and if so, which one?
    P.S. The problem I have with "hearings" is that it suggests an investigation.
     
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