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What's McDonald's policy on piercings, tattoos and nail polish?


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No nail polish, covered piercings and tattoos

Answered - Rosny Park - Kitchen night staff (Former Employee) - Rosny Park TAS

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Not allowed at any time

Answered - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Thornleigh NSW

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U can have tattoos but can't have piercings or nail polish

Answered - Crew Member (Current Employee) - Dickson ACT

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Piercings were not tolerated only ear piercings were okay, tattoos were okay unless they were found unnecessary and nail polish was not okay because we were handling food.

Answered - Crew Member (Casual) (Former Employee) - Central Coast NSW

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Piercings are not to be worn, same as nail polish. Tattoos are allowed if there is no profanity.

Answered - Manager/Supervisor (Former Employee) - Mackay QLD

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Not alowed to have nail polish on, piercings must be taken out while on shift and tattoos must be covered up.

Answered - McDonalds Crew Member (Former Employee) - Wagga Wagga NSW

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No wearing piercings and hide all tattoos and always come in with a positive attitude

Answered - Kitchen Hand (Former Employee) - Clayton South VIC

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No piercings or nail polish allowed whilst working and tattoos are okay as long as they aren't vulgar or offensive

Answered - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Lyndhurst VIC

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Allowed to have piercings but they had to be clear, tattoos needed to be covered and nail polish is not allowed

Answered - Retail Sales (Current Employee) - Bligh Park NSW

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None of that at work

Answered - Customer Service (Former Employee) - Cranbourne VIC

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