Fake emotions or histrionics. The word is comprised of "faux" (French for "fake") and "emotions."
"Cindi hates Brittney, but acted sooo happy when Brittney got engaged to Cindi's ex-boyfriend."
"Yeah, that Cindi is full of fauxmotions."
"Whatever. They're both whores."
(n) A lateral promotion that involves more work/responsibility without more pay.
I just got a fauxmotion; now I'm doing the work of 3.5 people! Yay.
The act or fact of being raised in position or rank, usually in title only, without compensation, recognition, or monetary gain.
While Mary got a raise, I got a fauxmotion with a better title and no pay raise.
Fauxmotion: -noun foh-moh-shun
artificial, imitation or fake advancement in rank or position. A fauxmotion can only be identified by the fauxmoted and the fauxmoter due to the illusion of a promotion by external parties, as increased workload and responsibilities are required. A fauxmotion cannot be officially legitimized by title and/or compensation.
Jane: Congratulations on your new promotion, Athena! You really deserved it.
Athena: Thank you, Jane. Unfortunately, I received a fauxmotion, as I will not be receiving an increase in pay or a higher title. It sure has increased my workload, though!
A promotion without a raise. The act of changing an employee's title without due compensation. The addition of job responsibilities because the employee "deserves a challenge."
To thank you for your good and hard work, we'd like to offer you a title change to 'King of France'. This fauxmotion will not include a raise but you do get new business cards.