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Is there a reason you think it may not be acceptable please?
Well, for legal purposes really - i.e. someone could say youre using afalse name - would they have any legal standing
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ty - ok
It is entirely possible and legal to use an alias in work when conversing with colleagues or clients. I have dealt with a number of people who have done so and there is certainly nothing wrong with that. The only legal aspect of this is to ensure that when any legal documents are being signed he uses his real name (e.g. contracts, or anything else that could legally bind him or the company). It is ok to use the alias in general email correspondence, on business cards and on the phone or to be referred in company literature/publications by the alias.
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