Illinois Court Allows Ink to Dry on Police Department’s Tattoo Policy

Feb 9, 2016

From hipsters and frat boys to Miley Cyrus and David Beckham, it’s no secret that the popularity of tattoos is increasing. Gone are the days of the discreet anchor at the top of the shoulder. Here to stay (pun intended) are the days of arm sleeves and face tattoos, leaving public employers to wonder what, if anything, they can do to regulate the display of tattoos in the workplace.

The complete article originally appeared on HR.BLR.com.

This article was written by Kelly Smith Haley who is a partner at Fox, Swibel, Levin & Carroll, LLP, and an editor of the Illinois Employment Law Letter. She can be reached at ksmithhaley@fslc.com.

This article was written by Kelly Smith Haley who is a partner at Fox, Swibel, Levin & Carroll, LLP, and an editor of the Illinois Employment Law Letter. She can be reached at ksmithhaley@fslc.com.