Corporate ink: Perception of tattoos in the workplace is changing
Andculture and other companies, particularly startups, give workers a lot of flexibility in both how they work and what they wear to work — tattoos, piercings and all. What matters most is their contributions to the company’s overall goals.
That’s how Matt Ranauro runs his startup, Lancaster-based benefit management platform BeneFix, which is about one and half years old. Ranauro is heavily tattooed, most recently having memorialized of the most famous plays from the Philadelphia Eagles’ victory in Super Bowl LII. The tattoo, below his right elbow, traces the play in which quarterback Nick Foles caught a touchdown pass.
In his interactions with clients, Ranauro aims to defy stereotypes about people with tattoos.
“I go out of my way to be very personable and have conversations, and it’s more than just the stuff that’s on my arms,” Ranauro said.Read More ...