It's what we do. It is pre-programmed in us as a survival thing to "fear the other". Tribal.why jump to judge someone because of how they look?
you are of course 100% correct, but in jumping to those biases, both the individual being judged and the person doing the judging are being put at a disadvantage.It's what we do. It is pre-programmed in us as a survival thing to "fear the other". Tribal.
To take an exaggerated example, would you employ someone with "- - - - cut here - - - -"tattoo'd around his neck? Another example it's why Johnson does the "lovable bumbler" routine. It sticks. As I said if you tattoo your arm, leg, rrse or wherever it will not and should not matter to anyone but there are unwritten rules that it is well to be aware of.
Of course you canYou can ask someone if they like tattoos or not?
Glad I am not working for you if all you would be bothered about in my interview would be if a tattoo is visible!!Of course you can
“what is your opinion on tattoos being visible in the work place?”
it’s not really about the candidates personal view, it’s about how they navigate the question
but if someone gave an answer for example that I have read in the thread then I wouldn’t want them working in the business
I was giving an opinion. I never thought smoking looked good, again an opinion.