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Sometimes bosses have those, whether it’s insisting that everything be printed in Courier 12 or some oddly rigid idea about how to open an email.
But know that it’s just her own eccentricity, not a rule that you need to follow outside of this job.
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I recently sent an email to a client with my boss and his boss cc’d to set up a training session.
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Drawbacks: They’ll have to spell out their name on phone calls 2 trillion times throughout their life; They’ll have to watch people figuring out how to react every time they introduce themselves; They’ll get made fun of at school; It might hurt their chances of getting job interviews; If the kid isn’t awesome, the whole thing is awkward; If you were just in a phase and made a compulsive decision, that’s shitty cause the kid has to live with it forever.It turns out that sometimes you’re not the only one who loves that fresh, oh-so-pretty name, and a Name Fad happens when millions of Category 3 couples all start to say “Wait I like that” when they hear about someone else making a great Category 3 choice (it can also be started by a famous person—e.g. Suddenly, that name so perfectly placed at #137 on the list of popular names is #86. Benefits: Safe; Hip; Bonds your child with his/her whole generation in a broad sense.Drawbacks: There will be three other kids in the class with the same name and they’ll be referred to along with their last name initial; Your child will one day have a Middle-Aged Name, and one later day, an Old Person Name.This category is perfect for parents who are far too thrilled with themselves and are having far too special a child for a Timeless or Top 10 Name, but who also look down upon those who go for a Super Weird Name as annoying or unclassy. I think part of that is trying to wrench individuality from a fad name.(In case you’re wondering, most of my friends went with Category 3.) But let’s focus on something I mentioned in the drawbacks: The Name Fad. The fad is heightened by another large category of parent choice— Examples: Anything from the current Top 20.
She stated that it was highly inappropriate to email someone you don’t personally know using the word “Hello” instead of “Dear.” Granted, I haven’t worked in an office for a very long time, but is this common knowledge/a legitimate business etiquette issue? ), but email is an inherently more informal medium and has its own conventions.