do not benefit the company's profit, economic condition or the employees’ living.

Alirezap

Member
Persian
Hi friends.

Is my sentence grammatically OK?

"... do not benefit the company's profit, economic condition or the employees’ living."

I wanted to use "as well as" but I know it is not used in negative sentences. What is a proper alternative for it that can be used in my above sentence?
 
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  • Florentia52

    Modwoman in the attic
    English - United States
    You are correct that "as well as" can not be used here. "Or" is the reasonable choice. Your sentence is flawed, however, because "profit(s)" is modified by "company" and "living" (whatever that means) by "employees," but we don't know whose economic conditions you're referring to.
     
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