Uniform such as pants blazer and comfortable shoes. simple jewelry but nothing hanging for precaution if seeing clients in person.
Depends on your manager mine doesnt care if they show but some do
I have a sleeve and a small heart on my face and nobody seems to mind in the front store nor pharmacy. I even help in the pharmacy so I’d say it depends on the store and manager.
Depends on the manager. I work in the pharmacy. Have my elbows,side of my neck, and my arms tattooed. I have 1 inch plugs. And I have 2 piercings on my nose. District manager have not said anything to me yet. I was told just no offense tattoos and no dangling piercings.
Depends on the manager. I've got two tattoos on my forearm that are exposed and a lip piercing (small silver stud). One of my coworkers ( we are both shift supervisors in the front end) has many tattoos on her arms and large gauges. Sometimes she takes them out sometimes she doesn't. I do know that our district manager does not like tattoos so we have to cover them when he comes to visit, but in the 8 months I've been working here I've never met him. It all depends on the management.
They're pretty lenient with tattoos, but definitely not with piercings. They didn't care about fake nails. You had to wear the CVS polo or the curbside t-shirt with khakis or black pants.
The dress was business casual. You could be your own person tattoos and piercings were kept within limits.
Dress code is business professional in the Operations side
CVS provides there employees with shirts. Management team must wear business attire.
The dress attire was very professional. Piercings had to be removed during work hours and tattoos were to be covered.