Tattoos Aren’t Junk but an Art form and Neither Stigma nor Deviant!

If anything, tattoos are a modern adaptation of self-expression & the physical act of tattooing is a symbolism to freedom.

Presenting:

The Tattoo Survey // Trying to debunk the myth of tattoo as taboo!

#Tattoos Aren't Junk but an Art form! http://pallab-kakoti.blogspot.in/2014/09/tpoint-stories-of-tattoos-in-workplace.html … // #The_Tattoo_Project with @OtinFlewer by @KingDevil //
#Tattoos Aren’t Junk but an Art form! http://pallab-kakoti.blogspot.in/2014/09/tpoint-stories-of-tattoos-in-workplace.html … // #The_Tattoo_Project with @OtinFlewer by @KingDevil //

Tattoo issues for employers depend largely on what kind & where the tattoo is sported by employees and certainly the law tends to support employer dress code/appearance policies. Moreover employers branding image must be regulated with consistency by retaining flexibility in creating rules for their policies.

Consider it this way, a concierge of a four-star hotel with large tattoos ok skulls & crossbones on the back of each hand will implicate scenarios that might concern the management compared to a dishwasher from the same hotel with the same tattoos due to lesser direct contact with the hotel’s customers.

A survey conducted by Pew Research Centre on the perception & implication of tattoos in the workplace offers the following interesting statistics

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Author: Pallab Kakoti // Bio

Published: 18 September 2014

Category:#RnDmRituals

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URL: http://pallab-kakoti.blogspot.com/2014/09/tpoint-stories-of-tattoos-in-workplace.html

 

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