For NameCoach, a software platform, we surveyed 1,060 US consumers about their experiences having interviewers mispronounce their names. The study was conducted from July 9 to 12, 2021 and found that 44% of those surveyed have had their names mispronounced, and of those, 59% were Hispanic. In regards to pronunciation issues in the workplace 41% of employees surveyed stated that their names were mispronounced during a meeting with customers. Read more at NameCoach, World Biz Magazine, HR Dive, or SHRM.
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