It would be fine with me.
Student or Learner
Is it a must to use legal name (as seen in ID card) for work? Lets say my real name is Neram Mihaiki Smith, I prefer to be known Sharon Smith. Would it be fine if I use Sharon Smith in my emails, business cards...?
*Not a Lawyer*
*Not an IRS Agent*
Call yourself whatever you want, just don't call me late to dinner, or before 8:00 on Sunday.
There might be legal implications for signing contracts and other such documents.
It depends where you work. I used to work at an airport and my work ID card was also my security pass to allow me to move around the airport, in both public areas and secure areas. My ID card had to contain my photograph and my full legal name. If you are just talking about an ID card to identify you to your co-workers and visitors to the firm, I don't see why you can't use your preferred name but I imagine the final decision would lie with the senior managers at your firm or with the security department.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Lets say I am ending my email, is this what you meant? Is it correct?:
Hope to hear from you soon.
Neram Mihaiki "Sharon" Smith