Nope, not necessarily. Your position is fanatical anti-commie over-reach. How is "working" substantially different to "labour" other than semantically? Yet "labour" never applies to doctors, does it. Despite the fact that doctors do, one could say, labour away for longer than many working class people. Shock horror, common words have multiple senses, and workers/working has well-established sense of being applied in the manner it's being applied. When people talk about "workers" they ain't never talking about the boss. Yet the boss still has "work" to do, using another sense of the same word. Just like one can be a professional construction worker but never referred to as "a professional." Words have contexts! Also I was referring to your silly little invocation of the "PC brigade" strawman myth.