according to/which would befit the company’s needs

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marcbatco

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Italian-Italy
Hi, I would please ask you which of the expressions in bold is correct in the following (it means that if there are no positions available in her preferred area, which she has previously identified, she welcomes ... in other areas):
However, she welcomes the opportunity to work in other areas within Corporate Banking, according to the company’s needs (or which would befit the company’s needs).
 
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  • LVRBC

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    English-US, standard and medical
    You can use, "However, she welcomes the opportunity to work in other areas within Corporate Banking, according to the company’s needs."
     

    marcbatco

    Senior Member
    Italian-Italy
    You can use, "However, she welcomes the opportunity to work in other areas within Corporate Banking, according to the company’s needs."
    Hi LVRBC, and thank you for your advice. And, what about the other option ..., which would befit the company’s needs? Is it appropriate?
     
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    LVRBC

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    English-US, standard and medical
    If you use that you need to rephrase it a bit. "She would welcome the opportunity to work in any area of Corporate Banking in which her work would benefit the company." Or "She would welcome the opportunity to work in any area of Corporate Banking in which her work would fulfill the company's needs." You can't really benefit needs.
     
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