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Thread: So, Just How Important Is Your Name In The Workplace?

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    Senior Member Franco's Avatar
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    Default So, Just How Important Is Your Name In The Workplace?

    http://shine.yahoo.com/work-money/wa...213400665.html

    The above research reveals that names like Orangejello (o-rang-ello)and Lemonjello (le-monj-ello) get passed over for promotions in the buisness place. Also, a dragon tattoo on one's neck may be great in Chinatown but in the corporate workplace, it just plain doesn't help.

    Geez, I hope my tax dollars didn't pay for this research!

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    I dunno...I can totally see a gal named Female (pronounced: fa-MAL-a) as CEO of Proctor & Gamble or IBM one day.

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    "That's Racist!!!"
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