贵州福利彩票快3 www.lhmk.net C: Thank you, I'm delighted to be working here, Mr. Buchwald。
F: Call me Buck, will you? My name is Reginald Buchwald but everybody calls me Buck. It's easier。
C: I'd prefer to call you Mr. Buchwald. Isn't it rather disrespectful to make a nickname out of one's family name?
F: Well, President Eisenhower was known as Ike. Everybody in this company all the way up and down the line is called by his or her first name。
F: It's been our tradition ever since the company was small. And don't worry about the 'disrespectful' business. OK?
C: I'll try。
F: Good. But when there are outsiders, like business people from other companies, it might be good to address your higher-ups as Mr., Ms. or whatever is appropriate. To those outside the company, it may be interpreted as a sign of flippancy or lax discipline. Get it?
C: Yes, sir。
F: (Laughing) And don't 'sir' me either. Now I'll show you your private office。