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I would like to know the company the other person is working for.

Which of the following sentence is correct & why?

Which company are you working for?

Whch company you are working for?

Your help is appreciated.

Regards,

Ravi
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Most people ask this:

What company do you work for?

In your two sentences only the first is correct.

you is the subject. are is the first verb of two (are working)

In a question, you place the verb first, then the subject (are you ...?)

So you should ask:

Which company are you working for?

CJ
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Hi,

I often hear, rather idiomatically, 'What company are you with?'

Clive
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Use the first sentence.
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Whch is the company you are working for?

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Hi,

I often hear, rather idiomatically, 'What company are you with?'

Please note the capital letter and punctuation.

Clive

Which company are you working for?