I agree. There are many respectable people who have jobs with dread locks. One guy I am aquainted with has locks down to his waist, and he works at an upscale coffee shop. He knows my drink order before I even get a chance to get to the counter! The fact that he's in the food and service industry says more about the company he works for.
soaring eagle said:
oh and my last office job i managed 200 + web designers we designed sites for multi million multop[i national orgs like red cross but also every church bank and..polotician in the region and given day i might havge meetings with congreesmen clergy ceos of finance orgs the mayor the governor foreign relations profest=ionals (the japan insy=titute especu=ialy had me in theu[ir office 3 times a week )
1st day of interview i wore a tam
day 1 of work i show i[up u[in the tam 3 hours later off it came my natural l9cks spill to the floor just as the president of the company walks by..stops dead says..wow and went on about his day
from that day on when the president had meetings hed drop by my office to indtroduce me toi his clients
the week b4 i left they were making promo materials mugs calanders posters etc hired a photographer and..guess who was featured front center most pri=ominant possition? the president? no...me
they used me and my dreads as the corporate image they used to promote the company
see ? thats a fact you cant argue with
salons lie to you to scare u into harming your head and paying to have it done
they tell you u wont get a job unless your going bald..
every single case whefre dread descrin]=minati9n in the workplace went to court...even in jail not jobs..guess who won..the dready..every time
its in the constitution..read it sometime
updated by @ruth-creekus: 07/25/15 08:50:56AM