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I heard that the word " SERVICE HOLDER " referring to employee in an office is an incorrect word. What is the correct word for someone who is serving in an office.
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I heard that the word " SERVICE HOLDER " referring to employee in an office is an incorrect word. True.
What is the correct word for someone who is serving in an office.
An office worker.
We don't say that people serve in an office. They work in an office.

Clive
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Teachers: We supply a list of EFL job vacancies
can I say- I am a JOB HOLDER ?
No, don't say that.

private service holder

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What is your question about this, please?

Is service holder to mean an employee correct or not?

No, it's not.

Please read my post above, from 5 years ago.

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Is service holder correct to say about an employee?

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