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Mark of the least

SYLVESTER FORDE,

Added 15 October 2010

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I FAIL to understand how, at a time when health standards are on the global agenda, human resource departments across this country can be silent on the “tattoorization” and “piercerization” of employees, especially at fast-food outlets.

How can an employee cater to the eating public with a pierced nose, pierced tongue and a tattoo on the arm?

Haven’t our health inspectors noticed?

SYLVESTER FORDE, The University student

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