Like Ms. Stanton, Mr. Kelly etc
Most Helpful Guy
Not in any but the most formal settings.
I work for the machinery maintenence department in a factory environment. I have a coworker that's about my age, but 20 years senior to me in the workplace.
He looks just like Shaggy from Scoobie-Doo. Granted, he's grown up since he got the name but still, he's known as Shaggy to everyone in the building up to and including the plant manager. The nickname is so pervasive, that people often don't recognize his real name on the few times it's ever given.1
Most Helpful Girl
In like, a retail setting? No. I call everyone by their first names or if we're friends, some friendly insult. Managers included. Usually when we say a managers last name, like over intercom or something, it means there's a threat in the store.
One of my managers will sometimes just address me by my last name, and it has a very football coach feel about it 'cause he doesn't add the "miss _____" he just says my last name in like this, commanding voice lol.0