Tribunal dismisses Tattoo coverup case

A claim of discrimination made by a woman whose employers asked her to cover a tattoo has been dismissed by the Human Rights Review Tribunal. In May last year Claire Haupini, 32, who worked as a casual worker for the Spit Roast Catering Company in Auckland, was asked to cover up the tattoo on her left forearm, which evoked her Whakatohea and Ngaphui tribal links. Working at a corporate function, Mrs Haupini was asked to wear a three-quarter shirt instead of [...]

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