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Apr
8
comment What term describes workers that are not “knowledge workers”?
By manual worker being the opposite of knowledge worker, do you mean that there exists no work which is non-knowledge and non-manual?
Apr
8
asked What term describes workers that are not “knowledge workers”?
Apr
6
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Mar
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Mar
29
accepted Is “will just need to [verb]” grammatical?
Mar
26
comment “Fill out a form” or “fill in a form”
@aviraldg, video down.......
Mar
26
comment “Fill out a form” or “fill in a form”
@GEdgar, is "fill up" grammatical then?
Mar
26
revised Is “will just need to [verb]” grammatical?
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Mar
26
asked Is “will just need to [verb]” grammatical?
Mar
24
comment A more gentle word for the word “settled” in the context of payment
Apparently we couldn't get everyone to agree on a particular nuance, but if a signifiant population does feel that it sounds rude, isn't that sufficient to say that it does "sound rude"?
Mar
23
comment Politely asking “Why is this taking so long??”
Also see english.stackexchange.com/q/69101/8278
Mar
23
comment A more gentle word for the word “settled” in the context of payment
There is obviously nothing wrong, but nonetheless it sounds rather rude as OP stated...
Mar
23
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Mar
23
comment When to use “Ok noted”?
Why do you say "it stems from the handshake protocols"?
Mar
23
comment What does the expression “Brothers in Arms” mean?
Why does arms mean "weaponry"?
Mar
23
comment Polite alternatives to “as soon as possible”
@jan, Is it 1st of April?
Mar
18
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