LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Tattoos in the workplace. According to an article on BuzzFeed, U.S. Capitol Police officers are upset over a new proposed dress code that would force officers with tattoos on their arms to wear long sleeve uniforms, even during the summer months.
The new rules also cover other types of body modification, such as nose rings and sub-dermal implants, not including breast implants.
The proposed rules are part of a package of new and modified rules human resource officials pushed through, that the Capitol police union says they never got to review and negotiate.
Does it bother you to see someone in the workplace that has to deal with the public, covered in tattoos and nose rings? Do you think an employer has the right to tell employees to cover their tattoos while at work?
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