At the Office
Prepositions of Place, Similarity and Function
Use 'in' with countries, cities, towns and regions.
The food and beverage director lives in Portland.
He has time management issues when he stays in New York City.
Use 'at' for place in a city, town or village.
Our international clientele are staying at the hotel.
The canning happens at the factory.
Like and As
Use 'like' as a preposition to express that two are objects are similar in some characteristic.
The poor service was like something out of a Kafka novel.
The toxic packaging looks like sanitary packaging.
Use 'as' to express the function that a person takes in an organization.
Tom works as an on-property amenity provider.
Sheila worked as a realtor selling first class properties.