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Would you consider employing someone with visible tattoos

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Tattoos are without doubt mainstream now today. Many people have them and many don't. With such high numbers choosing to get ink on the skin would you be doing your company a disservice by not considering a potential employee who has visible tattoos? you could be missing out on a gem, would you be prepared to overlook a visibly tattooed person?

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Personally find tattoos detract from natural beauty...

 

At work...if attending to the public...then most,  if not all should be covered...

 

Unless you are ashamed of your body, why go through the expense and pain of placing permanent ink?

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Would you employ someone with a visible birthmark? There are idiots and bigots born every day and no shortage of people pandering to them. 

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Absolutely not, thats why me missus wears a long sleeve flanno and tracky dacks out in public.

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8 hours ago, Inked In Asia said:

would you be prepared to overlook a visibly tattooed person?

In a bar, adventure sports, armed forces, engineering works or other entertainment business yes.

In a bank or office, no.

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Surely you employ someone on their qualifications for the job, their ability to "fit" with existing staff members, expertise and knowledge they bring to the role.

Tattoos are secondary to that.

 

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