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Vicki Walker had been employed as a financial controller with ProCare Health for over two years when she was dismissed in December 2007.
Is "with ProCare Health" correct? Isn't "by ProCare Health" correct?
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Both are correct. Just as it's quite usual to talk about people working "with" a company rather than "for" a company. It gives the idea of a more equal collaboration between the employee and the company.
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Thank you, Sue.
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