I second that. ;) workstead
A workplace is a work place.
I'm struggling to get the logic of "por labori" — [For] [to work]? if it's a place to work, why not just "ejo labori" or "ejo por laboras"?
because "to" can't be translated in this context into a preposition. This "to" is just a mark of infinitive. If you want to express a purpose, you need "por", which means either "for" or "to"
What's the difference between LOKO × EJO
Loko is a specific location, while ejo is a non-specific place. Loko is for the place in the world you live, but a home is a place (ejo) where you come to eat and rest.
I was tempted to see if "a workplace is a place to nap" would work :P
It accepts "office" as a "laborejo", but not a "factory".
I presume it's because an office is defined as [place where people work] , whereas a factory has many additional functions.