Everyone says they hate jargon, but we still use it. It serves a purpose — we all know what you mean when you say, “In my last email,” you mean, “Listen, idiot, I actually told you yesterday,” but the former has reasonable deniability. Your stupid co-worker can’t file a complaint with Human Resources without admitting that, yes, they ignored your last email.
I asked him to find out what the hate words are for 2023 Twitter and linkedin. There you go: here are the 50 most annoying business words and phrases.