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    Doesn't bother me in the slightest. Tattoos doesn't reflect on ones ability to do the job.

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    I am not into tattoos but it doesn't bother me if the cc workers have tattoos, not like it makes them a lesser human being. Also I have seen some of the workers at my kids centre with henna tattoos which cannot be covered with sleeves( on their hands) and the kids are quite fascinated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvmyboys View Post
    Only if was titally inappropriate like this
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    Lol I actually meant to write totally inappropriate but that was probably more fitting

    that would be my issue if it was some racist..overtly sexy..or totally bogan tat then I wouldn't be happy...

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    We have to cover tattoos and piercings. Most directors in the company don't enforce it because childcare workers I work with have them in places not visible, and visible ones are butterflies, angels, baby hand/foot prints, names and dates, one has a full sleeve tat with a cross, her mother's full name, date of birth, date of death, flower wreath and an angel. She put a work jacket on when area/state managers are there.

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    I am a childcare worker and have a 1/4 sleeve, wrist tattoo, foot tattoo and one in the back of my neck, all highly visible.

    My 1/4 pokes out below my work shirt and it's of mermaids and an underwater theme.
    No nudity or anything....

    If I had an offensive tattoo I would cover it but the kids LOVE my mermaid tattoo an ask all about it, I do tell them it hurt ALOT and they shouldn't get one lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    I dont think they are an issue Why would you need to cover them?
    The centre where I am going to be doing placement doesn't allow visible tattoos.

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    The male assistant in my son's room has several visible tattoos on his arms, and it's no problem. I haven't noticed what they are, but I assume they are non-offensive.

    As I said in the other thread, you always take the risk that you will be passed over at job interviews if they don't like tattoos.

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    I plan on doing childcare and I have visible tatts on both wrists one is my sons name n a frog the other a nautical star and the word NEIN back of neck is a silhouette rose n above boob is cherrys but doubt they will hold me back

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    I'm a childcare worker and have visible tattoos. They are not offensive. Some companies want them covered some don't. I have the kanji writing for crazy on one wrist and a diamond with time & pressure written on the other. For the record, they both have stories and meaning.
    I really think they aren't that much of a big deal unless they are offensive or tacky. Same goes with piercings, if they are clean and small no probs but if they are uncared for and crusty that's just gross and shouldn't be worn.
    I would hope that potential and existing families at the centre where I work, don't think any less of me because I have tattoos. I love my job, work hard and take care of those kids like my own. (sorry I'm a tad passionate about this subject lol)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodelly View Post
    I'm a childcare worker and have visible tattoos. They are not offensive. Some companies want them covered some don't. I have the kanji writing for crazy on one wrist and a diamond with time & pressure written on the other. For the record, they both have stories and meaning.
    And you have awesome taste, my japanese writing on my arms are all kanji :thumbup:

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