|Jargon basement [adj.]||The worst of the worst, nails-on-a-chalkboard jargon.|
|Jargonaut [n.]||A true master of ridiculous jargon, this individual has a 'robust' vocabulary, but none of it means anything.|
Suggested by Chuck H.
|Jawbone [v.]||To talk someone into doing something.|
|JDI [n.]||Just Do It. Something that your boss believes any reasonable person could complete quickly and simply. "End of discussion. This is a JDI; get it done!"|
Suggested by Matt.
|Jingle [n.]||A phone call. "Just give me a jingle before you head home today."|
|Job lock [exp.]||Employees that want to leave their jobs, but don't want to lose their benefits.|
|Job-ready [adj.]||A potential employee that has the right qualities.|
|Jobfuscate [v.]||To make your job appear so complex that others, especially your boss, can't possibly understand it.|
Suggested by Sue C.
|Jobstopper [n.]||A tattoo on a part of the body that isn't covered by business-casual.|
|Jockey for position [v.]||To sell oneself to gain a larger market share.|
|John Hancock [n.]||Signature. "We just need your John Hancock on these forms."|
|Johnny-come-lately [n.]||A late entrant into a particular market.|
|Juice [n.]||Connections, influence.|
|Juice moment [n.]||Giving direction with a patronizing amount of detail, as if speaking to little children. Don't forget your juice, kids.|
Suggested by Chris K.
|Jump the couch [exp.]||When unpredictable or strange behaviour has a negative impact on one's reputation. Thanks for this one, Tom.|
|Jumped the shark [adj.]||A good grounding in pop culture slang is required to know this term meaning that something has passed its prime.|
|Junior leaguers [n.]||Rich and unemployed young women.|