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have ... a large employee base.
So it's either B or C for me.
Since you are referring to "all" things, I don't think you can use "whom" here.
So I'll go with B.
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Knowing your prowess in this particular area, it's hard to figure out why you are posting simple (?) questions... or may be I am missing something about these questions..

Is there anything you wanted to discuss specifically or just general practice questions?
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I dont have the OA but I think it is B. The last part of the sentence is a summative modifier.
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have ... a large employee base.
So it's either B or C for me.
Since you are referring to "all" things, I don't think you can use "whom" here.
So I'll go with B.


Its a good catch. I eliminated C because I thought it changes the meaning by making it sound like every one of their large employee base would be necessary.

I notice now that the large employee base is actually singular. Thanks.
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