The word “nice” can be used as a shortcut, either with or without the “s”. I have seen that it is most often used without, but it seems that both are accepted. (But NB, the short form would never match in terms of gender.) If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com (Product Manager, Connectivity) We love Sympa HR – but don`t just have our say for it! Read what our customers have to say about www.sympa.com/customers. Bright Side offers you the Sympa HR for Managers mobile application (the “app”) “as you see it” and does not apply to the functionality or availability of the application, nor to its suitability for a particular use. Bright Side grants you the right to use the app in accordance with these terms. Your right to use the application depends on the service contract between Sympa and your employer via the Sympa HR human resources management system. Bright Side is not responsible for any damage you may cause by downloading or using the App or due to an error or defect in the App, or any incident related to the App, or any other damage that may be caused by the App. All proprietary and intangible rights in the Application and the material contained in the Application belong to Sympa or its partners, and you do not have the right to modify, transfer or copy the Application or any part thereof. Sympa is not responsible for the intangible rights of the material manufactured by third parties, nor for their validity or legality, nor for claims that may arise in any way with regard to these materials.
If you choose not to agree on these adjectives, you will agree with most dictionaries, so it will be difficult for a prescriptive reader or Mrs. Thistlebottom, the teacher/examiner, to decide that you have misunderstood. On the other hand, this choice isn`t really based on actual usage data – it`s just an arbitrary preference at the end of the day. I don`t think it`s terribly important: choose the option you prefer and maintain it, but be consistent with the one you choose (so don`t write, for example “sexy and nice people” because it mixes the two “rules”). Bright Side offers a fully customizable HR solution that allows you to focus on people and smart decision-making. It offers companies a clear and aggregated view of all their personal data. Sympa HR is a trusted tool for automating a variety of daily HR tasks and unlimited integrations into other software. Backed by excellent customer support, it is currently used by more than 650 organizations around the world. For more information, see www.sympa.com As in general for adjectives that for some reason do not look like normal French words (either abbreviated words or forms as in this case), dictionaries at least tend to think that they are immutable – in other words, you never add a chord. You would write “sexy men”, “nice people”, etc.
For example, “nice” is a contraction of “sympathetic” but it is, to some extent, a hypothesis or invention on the part of dictionary writers and prescriptive grammars that are not based on real data. . . .