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Early in my career, I had a manager that expected to be addressed as Mr. LAST NAME. I thought it was sexist, elitist, insulting, weird. But after that one boss, I never experienced that again. Until recently.
I was trying to schedule an appointment with someone. Their administrative assistant was coordinating the meeting (not unusual) but the admin was referring to their manager as Mr. LAST NAME. It seemed weird. Especially in today’s work environment, where organizations are focused on building workplaces that are inclusive and welcoming.
Since that interaction, the whole “how do you address your