Can I be a bit pedantic and say that people should stop calling these "work prints"? A work-in-progress edit is a "rough cut".
A work print is merely a viewable print of the raw camera footage. The editor used it to build a "cutting copy", the first version of which was often called an "assembly", and subsequent refinements were known as "rough cuts", eventually becoming "fine cuts", and finishing as the "locked off" cutting copy, which is the final version everyone who has a say signs off on.
If anyone told me they were going to screen me a work print, I would expect to see shots out of order, camera start/stop flash frames, repetitive take after take, many of them NG ("No Good"), slate boards, the gaffer accidentally caught in frame squatting in the dark with his ass crack hanging out, etc, etc.