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What is the policy on colored hair, tattoos and facial piercings?

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You cant have none of that

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Black hair color, and 1 piercing, no visible tattoos

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It usually is based on the leadership within each store, but overall hair color is not an issue. Facial hair kept neat in reason. As for tattoos, nothing offensive and none on the face. Many TMs that worked for me had tattoos and piercings. Just know that it is ultimitely left to your team leadership and store leadership in what they find acceptable. Just express yourself in a tasteful way so that you aren't singled out. Also know that the company is known to change rules up whenever they feel like it. So be one of the favorites and you'll be good.

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People wearing different type of cloths, colored their hair whatever they like, tattoos is fine and piercing is also good for them.

Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Maryland

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There is no requirement for hair color, piercings or tattoos (unless of a graphic or offensive nature eg.: nudity or violence). One must only maintain basic personal hygiene.

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I have co-workers with all kinds of crazy piercings, but generally they try to limit any dangling jewelry. My septum ring is a no-go, but I have several co-workers with studs and they never get told anything for it. As far ss hair goes, I work with people who have blue and pink hair and some that have locs down to their backs. It's not a big deal here.

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Minimum of one face piercing, hair need to be kept maintained and for men close to the face.

Answered - Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) - Fairfield, CT

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Quite libertarian, no policy. Be yourself.

Answered - Linux Systems Administrator (Current Employee) - Austin, TX

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They are open to that kind of thing.

Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Overland Park, KS

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Not sure I never was asked these questions

Answered - Grocery Clerk (Former Employee) - San Rafael, CA

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