business-language has the following tag wiki:
There are very many specialized terms and communication conventions related to doing business in English. This tag covers questions about those topics, including any of the following:
- The meaning of a specialized term used in management, commerce, or industry
- Whether a given word or idiom has an appropriate level of formality for use in business communication
- Whether a piece of industry jargon is likely to be understood by members of the general public
Questions in this tag should generally involve terms that are used across multiple companies and industries. Questions about jargon that's specific to a particular company or a single narrow specialization are likely to be closed as "too localized".
The portion "Whether a given word or idiom has an appropriate level of formality for use in business communication" seems to concern using language that is formal, and I assume prescriptively correct, English. I can see near-fluent learners of English wanting to use this to know how to look professional.
But the other portions of the wiki, about jargon, seem to cover "business-speak", which includes some heavily criticised practises including the nouning of a large number of verbs and some controversial metaphors.
Does business-speak belong in the tag business-language?