Tattoos, hair colour and midriffs do not equal bad service



I work at a very small and very popular food establishment in central Halifax. Today someone decided to leave a very long and very crummy note in our suggestion box, shaming us for the clothes we wear and our overall appearance. I'm sorry the two inches of our server's midsection was so offensive that you simply could not order and had to leave. You missed out on some of the best costumer service the city has to offer.

You went on to say that when you decided to give us another chance and came back, you were served by a well dressed young man, and then congratulated us on finally hiring a male employee. That comment was the WORST! We love our sole male coworker, but is it really so appalling to see a shop employ 99 percent women? I'm very lucky to work for a woman who takes pride in intentionally hiring women, and also takes pride in the individuality of her staff.
—Tattoos And Crop Tops Forever

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