In TableA if IDCodeAbbv is not null than WorkID will not be in TableC but IDCodeAbbv will be in TableB. If WorkID is not null than WorkID will be in TableC. At no time, will either IDCodeAbbv or WorkID be null at the same time.
This is an example of how the output should look like
PersonName WorkID WorkLocation IDCodeAbbv IDCodeName
Dan 2 Base 1
Tom SR South Rear
John 4 Base 2
Sam NE North Entrance
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