This was the feedback from my last job interview.
What would Hemmingway, Behan and Bukowski have been if they didn't drink. Philistines!
Of course, it could be hard to sell oneself as "the Bukowski of chartered accountants"...
How could we say "We don't want a worker to drink too much alcohol?"?
I guess "Nie chcemy, żeby pracownik pił zbyt dużo alkoholu".
Would it remain "pijącego" (dopełniacz) if the sentence wasn't negative?
"pracownik" is masculine personal, so the Accusative form ("Chcemy pracownika pijącego...") is identical. But it doesn't change the fact that that's a different case.