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Please avoid duplicating template:Employment. This is more about the day to day workplace environment than employment laws and policies, although some overlap may be inevitable.
The aspects of corporations, aspects of jobs, aspects of occupations, aspects of organizations, aspects of workplaces and employment templates all intentionally interlink with each other. This is because words like "occupational", "workplace", "job" and "organizational" are often used interchangeably and to avoid duplicating the same article on different templates. As a general rule the word (e.g. "occupational", "workplace" "job" or "organizational") in the article title determines which template the article goes in rather than any redirect names.
The default is "organization", "behaviour" and "humour".
- For "organisation" use
- For "behavior" and "humor" use
|The above documentation is transcluded from Template:Aspects of workplaces/doc. (edit | history)|
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