Why should women wear skirts and dresses in formal situations like evening news when they wore women's suits?

In the 1970s, 1980s and early to mid-1990s, pants for men and women were cut only differently at the crotch to fit the genitals, but the leg openings , the fabric and styles were the same for women and men. The style of the jeans and the way they were cut was just like things. The late 1980s, all of the 1990s, and even the early to mid-2000s argued for this, as that era was more a matter of true equality than the late 2000s and the miserable 2010s.

Which naming scheme best suits employees' e-mail addresses? for example. prénom.nom@entreprise.com

This question may seem trivial, but I am trying to discuss the pros and cons of different naming systems.

I have never had the same local part in my company's email addresses. Given John Doe's name, I've seen the following variations:

  • j.doe@company.com
  • doe@company.com
  • jdo@company.com
  • john.doe@company.com

If you were to manage the mail of a new organization right now, which naming system would you choose and why?

Aspects to consider:

  • How is the name collision problematic and how is it handled? Just add a number?
  • How are unusual names treated?
    • several words, for example von Gutenberg
    • special characters? for example. Müller or Bedard. Keep in mind that German has alternatives: ü becomes ue, ß become ss etc. But French does not do it.
  • Are titles like Dr. or Ph.D. included or abandoned? Some people are very protective of their title and have claimed them in their email address.
  • Are some plans better for one type of organization but not for another? And if it's 10 people or a world organization? A company or a university?
  • … more things I did not think about

Given that 2 people flew over Gatwick Airport in drones, does this mean that airliners can bring civil suits?

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