I had a conversation today with one team member about this, and she informed me that unless she’s told by the person with the nickname that she “only wants to be called by her other name,” she will continue to use the nickname when speaking about her to coworkers or clients, or directly to her.
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One of my long-term staff has a common, easy-to-pronounce Indian name, but since well before I was hired, she was given a nickname: a westernised version of her name.
We were chatting about my (slightly unusual) name one day, and she expressed that she hates the nickname, wishes people would just use her real name, and that she’s never felt confident asking people to do so.
That manager needed to use her authority to put a stop to something offensive, and so do you.
You don’t need to talk anyone into behaving respectfully; you need to tell them that it’s not optional.
I offered, as her manager, to handle this for her, and she agreed, stating that she’d be grateful.
Responses were mixed but generally negative, and many of the team are refusing to call her anything but the nickname.
Your staff members’ behavior here is, frankly, disgusting.
They want to westernize someone’s name because her actual name isn’t “pretty” or “feminine” enough for them? That’s not an option, they’re being offensive and racist, and you need to require them to behave respectfully and not like the giant assholes they’re currently being.
and if they’re still reluctant, you want to find that out before you end the conversation.
Celebrity engagements are happening all around us, it’s hard to keep up.
That said, it seems disrespectful at the very least.