The Shop floor literally is the floor of a factory (machine shop) where people work on machines, or the space in a retail establishment where goods are sold to customers. It is opposed to offices and so forth providing accommodation to the business's management.
C/D/E. In that way it may have undertones of class prejudice, but it may just be meant for an average
person, the man on the Clapham Omnibus.
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