A recurring theme in the reports from retractors is one of the presenting problem going untreated.
Jamie June 28, at I will call people by the name they use when introducing themselves to me. I promise you if your resume says Alex but you fill out a form with your legal name of Alexander for a background check no one will be up in arms about the lies you tell.
Sarah June 28, at I think they find it too hard and give up. Editor June 30, at 9: I use an unhyphenated double last name for reasons that were outside my control. The change happened soon enough after I got married that that just became my legal name.
When I finally moved out of that state back into the northeast, I got my name back. If software tracks the names of people, it should be set up to handle more than one or two words in the surname field.
And these days, with more people giving kids two middle names, the software should be able to handle that, too. July 5, at 5: I had a similar problem and was told my maiden name could not be used as my middle name when I moved to a midwestern plains state!
JC July 11, at 2: My husband added my last name as a middle name. No one wanted to believe that HE was changing his name.
Apparently only the womenfolk should do it. It took a fair amount of insisting, but we both legally have four names now. Jessica the celt July 1, at 1: I send emails where my signature lays out my name: I put the middle initial in there so people get that the two ending names are my actual last name.
I work at a school, so I might sign off as Mrs. Mine His to an email that is also going to students as well as parents. I get emails right back as Jessica His or Mrs. His or even Mrs. My husband has the same last name, and we have the issue of having prescriptions to Him Minehis, and no one can figure out our last name because it ends up looking weird, all smooshed together.
I always introduce myself as Jessica Mine His, and then the person will turn around and introduce me to someone else within five minutes as Jessica His. Anyway, I completely feel your pain. Artemesia May 22, at 9: Katie June 28, at Although I do think I let interviewers know they could call me Katie right away in interviews.
It was freeing to realize I could be a Professional Maggie! If she applied and gave her first name on all her documents, why would anyone assume to ask her if she prefers to be called by a different name when meeting her in person?
Marmite June 28, at My CV also has my nickname only, not the full legal name and I sign cover letters that way. Yet, I still, frequently, get HR reps, hiring managers, interviewers etc.
I wonder if part of it may be that I have an obviously female full name but the nickname sounds male. She gets called Victoria all the time. Once she even got called Vicky. Anon June 28, at 1: When I first started work where I am now, I was in a front line position without access to company email.
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