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Social norms of “acceptability” often dictate the outfits we wear, or the haircuts we sport, at the office. But the underlying causes for these norms are complex — cutting across cultures and generations. Workplace coach Howard Ross joins us to explore the the complicated politics of personal appearance at the workplace, and investigate why a simple decision to get a tattoo can shape your reputation within your office.
- Howard Ross Diversity consultant; Principal, Cook Ross
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