workplace

[wurk-pleys]
noun
1.
a person's place of employment.
2.
any or all places where people are employed: a bill to set safety standards for the workplace.

Origin:
1820–30; work + place

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workplace (ˈwɜːkˌpleɪs)
 
n
a place, such as a factory or office, where people work

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Example sentences
There were burrowing owls living on the outskirts of my workplace property.
Some guayaberas are casual, but others can be extremely formal, fit for the
  workplace or even a wedding.
Newspapers printed articles and letters about anti-white discrimination in the
  workplace.
Whichever system he thought of-by workplace, by floor or seat number-seemed to
  favor some people over others.
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