"What kind of a jerk would fire an employee that has the logo tattooed on him?"
I just found out that the Wall Street Journal isn't exclusively dry and serious all the time.
For those of you who are looking to express your loyalty to your workplace, look at this:
At age 40, tattoos weren't on the bucket list of consultant Mahadeva Matt Mani, a suburban father who generally wears suits with a tie and a pocket handkerchief. But at a company retreat in New Orleans a few years ago, he was called upon to prove his loyalty. His firm, Booz & Co., was being purchased by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, and employees were worried.
To show his faith, Mr. Mani, a company principal, marched into a tattoo parlor to memorialize the new firm, Strategy&, with a 2.5-inch ampersand. "It felt right in the moment," he said.
Even better, you might even be able to get tatted for free!
Red Hat tech worker Thomas Cameron got reimbursed for his $100 tattoo by filing it as an office supply expense. "It's ink, right?" he said, "and you need ink in the office."
So, who is going to get tatted up?!
Let me know what you plan on getting!