Revisiting Visible Tattoos and Piercings in a Multifamily Community
- Oct 26, 2015
It seems like everyone and their mom now has a tattoo. (Well, not my mom. As far as I know.) Tattoos are not not shocking anymore. In fact, they’re actually pretty mainstream.
A few years ago, I wrote a blog asking if multifamily communities had a policy for visible tattoos and piercings. And in a recent Multifamily Insiders blog, the author suggests that multifamily communities should have an employee dress code that addresses this, because prospects want employees at the community to look professional.
I agree that it’s probably beneficial for multifamily employees to have a dress code, especially those who interact with residents (leasing agents, etc.). After all, they’re representing the community. They wouldn’t necessarily need a uniform (although that would cut down on the time it takes to figure out a good outfit every day), but they should look neat and presentable.