We introduce modules whose injectivity domains are contained in the class of modules with zero radical and call them working-class. This notion gives a generalization of poor modules that have minimal injectivity domain. Semisimple working-class modules always exist for arbitrary rings whereas their predecessors do not. We investigate the rings over which every module is either injective or working-class. Right weakly V-rings are examples of these rings. Moreover, we study the existence of working-class simple modules and show that if there is a projective working-class simple right module, then the ring is a right GV-ring.