Mammoth Resorts Personal Appearance Requirements
Mammoth Resorts is in the family recreation business, and families tell us they feel more comfortable in resorts where employees have a clean cut, conservative appearance. Therefore, we believe it is a competitive advantage for us to maintain a neat, clean cut, conservative appearance standard.
We expect employees to exercise good judgment and commitment to maintain a professional, well-groomed appearance while at work.
Individual departments may vary from these standards with approval of the Chief Administrative Officer, so speak with your hiring manager if you have any concerns.
Exceptions to these standards may be considered due to legal requirements. Contact Administration if you believe an exception applies to you.
Proper personal hygiene is required for all employees. Any employee who does not appear neat and clean is not “fit to work,” and will not be allowed to work until the proper hygiene standard is met.
Your hair and hairstyle must be clean, neat and tidy at all times, and must not interfere with your job duties. Employees who work in the front lines and/or in safety sensitive positions and who have hair longer than the collar must gather hair into a pony tail, clip, hat or other restraint while on duty. Radical or fad hairstyles or hair colors are not acceptable.
We allow neatly styled, evenly cut, well-groomed facial hair, such as beards, goatees, sideburns and mustaches. Facial hair must be no more than 1-inch long. Extreme styles are not permitted. It is not permissible to merely not shave. Rather, facial hair must be groomed and defined, including, where applicable, clearly groomed neck and cheek lines. If you did not shave or groom daily, you are not in compliance with this policy. If “new growth” facial hair is not long enough to style, groom, and evenly cut, it is not acceptable.
The Company has the right to restrict visible tattoos because some visible tattoos have the potential to have a negative influence on the company’s public image and/or to detract from the professionalism of the company’s employees.
Jewelry must be professional in appearance, and must not interfere with job function or safety. Employees may wear no more than two earrings per ear. Employees in safety sensitive positions may not wear earrings that hang from the ear (i.e., studs only). Earrings must not exceed the size of a dime. Ear “tunnels” that are larger than a dime must be filled with a skin colored plug while at work. One small, tasteful and unobtrusive nose stud (not a ring, barbell or other design) is allowed.