Head-to-toe Tattooed Woman Fired Half An Hour After Getting A Job

Head-to-toe Tattooed Woman Fired Half An Hour After Getting A Job
Head-to-toe Tattooed Woman Fired Half An Hour After Getting A Job

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Video: Беслан. Помни / Beslan. Remember (english & español subs) 2022, November
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Claire Shepherd, 32, who covered her body with tattoos from head to toe, was fired from her dream job.

Claire Shepherd Twitter

Claire Shepherd Twitter

Claire Shepherd Twitter

Claire Shepherd Twitter

Claire Shepherd Twitter

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Claire got her first tattoo while vacationing with her friends when she was only 18 years old. 14 years later, both the arms and legs of the girl are covered with tattoos. And this hinders her - recently, Claire was able to get a dream job in a logistics office after a short phone interview.

Claire was issued online and sent her a letter with company rules, which stated that there should be no visible tattoos on the body of employees. Claire called the company back and asked if she was really still expected at work.

“But the manager said they wouldn’t suit me, in the end I had only half an hour to work. I wrote about it on Facebook, and the post went viral and caused a lot of outrage,”the Daily Star quotes the girl.

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Claire says. She insists that tattoos do not in any way affect the employee's skills, his ability to do work and do not pose any danger. “It's just a drawing on the skin. I have already worked in this specialty, and there have never been any problems,”she insists. Claire is convinced that companies that only hire non-tattooed employees are lagging behind - there are so many tattooed people around.

Be that as it may, the woman admits, she is often insulted on the street because of her large tattoos.

The woman hopes that her example will be decisive for someone in relation to tattoos and will help stop discrimination in the workplace.

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Photo: @claireshepx / Twitter

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