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I'd like to ask which phrase ("during the interview with managers and employees," or "while interviewing managers and employees") is more appropriate in the following caption of a section in the report:
2. Analysis of the data obtained during the interview with managers and employees from different XXX departments.
And if it is "during the interview with" which form should I use -- singular (interview) or plural (interviews)? It's that each employee and manager was interviewed one time individually.
It may well be worth looking at that - if the article relates solely to the one company, it is not necessary in English to repeat the name at all points since it is understood that the people and departments are of this company.