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Drawing the line on tattoos in the workplace

April 10, 2013Rich Miller

Twenty-five years ago, the only tattoo I remember seeing was the one on my father-in-law's left bicep. It was a simple black anchor, a reminder of his Navy days, that hadn't fared well over the years. Its once-sharp lines had morphed into blurry tentacles, an embarrassment that he kept covered with shirtsleeves even during the dog days of summer. How times have changed. Ink art is now de rigueur, with nose, lip and cheek piercings often part of the package. You may not like the look or believe it's...

Judge Ruth Kraft, Kirschenbaum & Kirschenbaum, Security Systems News (SSN)

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