I usually use "at a company" but I have encountered some articles using in a company, in XYZ firm or in a organization.
Which one is right? I am confused
There is virtually no difference in meaning, except that I would notice:
Edit: "I work with Avaya" is more likely to mean you aren't an employee but may be an independent contractor of some kind.
Thanks @Robusto for the insights!
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For place where you are to do something typical (watch a film, study, work)
at a company is grammatically correct...
In we use like : to show entrance, with month, time and so on
you can refer this link to understand clearly..