Tattoo cover-up policy not reasonable

The Ottawa Hospital instituted a new policy on tattoos and piercings. The arbitrator found that evidence on patients' preferences did not trump the freedom of expression of employees and the policy was disallowed.

The Ottawa Hospital modified its dress code policy to require workers to cover up large, visible tattoos during working hours. The hospital also sought to prohibit visible, excessive body piercings.

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