Most employers rely upon their employees to project a certain image to the public. In an effort to control their company’s image, employers may institute appearance policies that set forth grooming and dress standards. These policies often include provisions prohibiting employees from displaying tattoos. These policies may violate federal law.
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Topics: Adverse Employment Action, Discrimination, Dress Codes, EEOC, Reasonable Accommodation, Red Robin, Religious Discrimination, Tattoos, Title VII, Undue Hardship
Published In: Constitutional Law Updates, Labor & Employment Updates
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