Light 'em up!
It's their company, and you chose to work for them.I am arguing that they shouldn't.
You knew their policy when you signed on. And now you want it changed.
Nothing wrong with trying to change it, but don't get your hopes up.
Correct.According to your reasoning, the company also has the right to forbid all facial hair
And it's not just my reasoning. It's the law.
And I just happen to agree with the law.
Nope.I will also assert that the only reason you, and the others who agree with you, affirm the company's illegitimate right is because you agree with their decision on this matter.
I don't agree with everything in the contract, but I enforce it.
I also agree that a company has the right to enforce a dress code, as they see fit, to any of their employees who are seen by the public.
My opinion on beards doesn't matter.
Now you're starting to sound ridiculous.What about requiring shaving eyebrows. How about shaving off all your hair? How about that standard for women as well? What about no glasses, 'cause glasses are for nerds, only contact lenses? What about requiring everyone to have straight teeth, and they must get braces if their teeth aren't straight enough? What about required tooth whit
The courts have pretty much already decided how far a company can go.Where exactly is the line? What is ok and not ok for the company to require for appearance standards?
No, they can't tell you that you have to shave your eyebrows.
They can't tell you you have to straighten or whiten your teeth.
They can't tell you that you cannot wear glasses.
But, they can tell you that you cannot have a beard, or mustache.
They can tell you you cannot have any facial jewelry.
They can tell you you cannot have any facial tattoos.
They can tell you your hair had to be above your ears and off your collar.