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first of all, thank you so much for your well thought out response and contribution to my blog! it was a very interesting comment and i could not have said it better myself. i think the point in my presentation and in my blog is to convey the point of tattoos which are becoming more prevalent in society and how to incorporate that into the business world. my dentist who has tattooed sleeves is fully covered while in the workplace. but i do agree with this when dealing with the public as it does prevent judgement and discimination. however, i know he is tattooed and it does not change my view on how well he does it job, and he is not any less qualified as a dentist because of the tattoos.
Perception is judged on outward appareance more in the customer facing careers. in jobs such as hair stylist or jobs in sports bars, tattoos are usually accepted and welcomed. thank you so much for your opinion, i appreciate it!!
i think companies need to realize that, like you said, tattoos are becoming a normal thing for you to have on your body, and discriminating them only hinders the company especially if the potential employee has gone above and beyond the expectations for getting the job. Thank you for your input!
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I agree with you. And I’m not supporting people with vulgar language & offensive tattoos. I’m supporting the people who have symbolical tattoos that mean something to them. But a lot of jobs don’t like to see any tattoos symbolic or not and that to me is discrimination. As long as it doesn’t offend anyone, and it’s appropriate then I don’t believe it should be a problem. Thank you for your feedback