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Subject:Re: Advice on wording From:JON1700 -at- AOL -dot- COM Date:Sun, 2 Feb 1997 02:56:12 -0500
I 'am in the process of writing procedure guidelines for workers in the
gaming industry. The question I have is, can you use the term "worker" to
cover all employees both management and non-management or does the term
"employee" better fit the classification.
I feel the term "workers" best covers all staff verses the term "employees"
John Ufer, CET Sr.
Tribal-Tech Gaming School