- Solome (圣经里很不受欢迎的一个妖艳人物)
- Candy (太甜了，不太适合)
- Goddess (女神？有点太过了)
- Paris (文化含义不太好)
- Martha (这名字挺美的，就是有点过时了)
- Destinee (感觉这名字就有点拼写错误)
- Walter (有点过时了)
- Ebenezer (相当老的一个名字)
- Elmer (像是兔八哥动画片里的一个人物名字)
- Vladimir (给人很凶的感觉)
- Bob (有点不合适)
- Elvis (著名歌手猫王的真名，很容易联想到猫王)
Whether you already work in Human Resources or are an aspiring HR professional, when considering choosing an English name it is important to find one that will suit you personally and professionally.
People who work in HR are generally considered to be approachable, resourceful, friendly, organised, great problem solvers and decision makers, and someone who can also be discreet. After all, your range of tasks can be quite diverse and demanding. Having a good English name that reflects these qualities will not only boost your confidence, but will also help others connect with you professionally.
In the West when people hear a name they react to it from its sound, feeling, and connotation. So when choosing an English name as an HR aspirant, you should consider a name that feels, sounds, and seems professional, friendly, and resourceful. Below I've listed some examples of good names for someone in HR.
This is a list of good English names which sound clear, professional and friendly. Alternatively, here are some names that in the West don't sound good, have poor context or cultural connotation, and just feel weird. Here's a list of names I wouldn't recommend if you have an aspiring career in HR. Good luck and enjoy!
- Solome (sort of a sexy unpopular Biblical character)
- Candy (a little inappropriate)
- Goddess (a bit much, but apparently a name!)
- Paris (unfortunate cultural connotations)
- Martha (a nice name, but a little culturally outdated)
- Destinee (I think there's a spelling error in there somewhere)
- Walter (a little outdated)
- Ebenezer (very outdated)
- Elmer (like the Looney Toon character)
- Vladimir (a bit menacing, no?)
- Bob (not much going on here)
- Elvis (need I say anything?)