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Long haired men in professional workplace

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Topic: Long haired men in professional workplace
Posted By: dude20
Subject: Long haired men in professional workplace
Date Posted: June 08 2005 at 5:26pm

Yeah does anyone know if long haired men(12+") are accepted in professional environments like HP, Micron, or any office job, if they keep their hair in a ponytail, or are most places is that unacceptable? Thanks




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Posted By: Tyranna
Date Posted: August 08 2005 at 2:49pm
I work in a fairly conservative area, but I do see long-haired men on occasion.  They frequently sport pony-tails.


Posted By: ShadesOf
Date Posted: September 20 2005 at 10:19am

Hi

in the UK, men with long hair are employed within a professional enviroment. The biggest problem that I could see is getting through the interveiw, purely due to steriotypes ( ie bikers in suits etc :) )

 



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Posted By: jamaicakid85
Date Posted: July 10 2007 at 6:16am
If I was looking for a job I would try to look as profession as possible , with a low haircut and a shaped up beard.

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Posted By: dreadman
Date Posted: February 16 2008 at 10:46pm
I'm a <a href="http://www.robertoallana.co.nr">webdesigner</a> working for one of the biggest online carparts retail store. Theyre cool with my hair (dreadlocked) for two years now. My boss also has a long hair... I guess it really depends on the working environment and how you do and finish your work.

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Posted By: vivek
Date Posted: March 16 2008 at 4:16am
Hai guys
 
 I am also a long haired guy with hair length of around 32 inches. I sport long plaits or sometimes high buns. It depends upon your conviction and masculine nature to choose the length of the hair. I personally feel that length of the hair or style even for men is not relevant today. Most organisations are quite flexible on this. In fact i do have some issues on the length of my hair in my office - but these things can co-exist


Posted By: Pburgh56
Date Posted: August 22 2009 at 10:19pm
IM a guy going for a degree in physical therapy and i know ill have to sport hair in a professinal environent. any ideas?


Posted By: henry21r
Date Posted: October 25 2009 at 9:51am
Originally posted by dude20 dude20 wrote:

Yeah does anyone know if long haired men(12+") are accepted in professional environments like HP, Micron, or any office job, if they keep their hair in a ponytail, or are most places is that unacceptable? Thanks


many company has that restriction but most of the company looks for talent... if they posses that no matter what they wear or have... 


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Posted By: Amy Taylor
Date Posted: November 19 2009 at 1:50am
I think it depends on how it is worn...I definitly dont see as much as i did say in the 90's

Originally posted by dude20 dude20 wrote:

Yeah does anyone know if long haired men(12+") are accepted in professional environments like HP, Micron, or any office job, if they keep their hair in a ponytail, or are most places is that unacceptable? Thanks



Posted By: biswobha22
Date Posted: July 02 2011 at 2:18am
Long haired men in professional workplace
those person who work in office should not put long hair it look very untidy and it seem they are very lazy.



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