I think part of the reason, besides what I mentioned before, is that pronouncing it like the word she would be confusing in longer speech, because it wouldMessage 1 of 5 , Sep 13View SourceI think part of the reason, besides what I mentioned before, is that pronouncing it like the word "she" would be confusing in longer speech, because it would leave people wondering when they're talking about the organization, when they mean the pronoun "she", and maybe even if they're talking about a 1960s movie starring Olga Schoberova.
"When she started working for SHE, she was extremely helpful." Who are they talking about.
On Sep 13, 2013, at 9:56 AM, Jirka Bolech wrote:
> Thanks, Jamie and Dagmar. I suppose Jamie is right that spelling SHE out
> sounds more natural (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1r5lifNP2s) while
> Dagmar confirms the choice may be deliberately acronymic. The latter
> approach might be supported by the fact that the abbreviation is more
> often HSE, so putting it as SHE should be for a reason...
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