Disney Parks, Experiences and Products chairman Josh D’Amaro said in a web journal post-Tuesday the company will presently offer “greater flexibility” when it comes “gender-inclusive hairstyles, gems, nail styles, and costume choices” whereas representatives are working, along with “appropriate obvious tattoos.”
The changes apply to cast members at Disneyland Resort in California and Walt Disney World in Florida. The changes are part of the “Disney Look,” a comprehensive set of approaches for employees’ appearance.
With point-by-point instructions on what they can and cannot wear, headbands are allowed only in the event that they are not wider than two inches, for the occasion. Fingernails must be no longer than one-fourth of an inch past the fingertip.
Disney already reported other changes to the Disney Look in Oct. 2019, permitting facial hair and goatees to be up to one inch long and allowing cast individuals to wear a single bracelet or necklace. The new appearance rules are part of an initiative to have a “more diverse and inclusive Disney Parks, Experiences and Products,” and the company is adding “Inclusion” as one of the “keys” the company uses to guide employees’ approach to customer service.
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