Workers aren't employees?
So is "Ellas son mis empleadas" right?
Yes, if they were all female
what if they are co-ed or mixed employees? Will that be empleadas or empleados?
General rule for mixed groups is using the same form that for masculine. So, empleados
why is the 'd' in 'empleados' pronounced as 'th' ? I'm confused
D's in the middle of Spanish words for the most part are pronounced th like sábado
como un jefe
the dictionary had staff listed. how is staff different than workers?
At Boeing all those hard at work in the assembly building are not staff members.
An other possible answer is "they are my staff"