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    behaviour from/of an employee

    It's me again.

    Dangerous behaviour anybehaviour from/of an employee and a person who stays on the premises of acompany which shows that they fail to obey the rules or regulations of theHealth and Safety at Work.

    I think "behaviour of an employee" is 100 % safe and correct. What about behaviour from an employee? Is such a structure possible. If it is the case, is there any difference in meaning between "behaviour of an employee" and "behaviour from an employee"?

    Thank you.

    I may be wrong.

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    Re: behaviour from/of an employee

    I would not use "from". "Of" works. I would change "and" to "and/or".

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    Re: behaviour from/of an employee

    Dangerous behaviouranybehaviour from/of an employee and a person who stays on the premises of acompany which shows that they fail to obey the rules or regulations of theHealth and Safety at Work.
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