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Tilly1
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No we certainly don't have one of them. I suppose one could be necessary if it impacted on them being able to complete daily tasks, or for hygiene reasons or working with babies. How long are we talking about.?.

Staff wear gloves anyway for any personal hygiene of children.

Shall watch this with interest.:)

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I think you'd have to look at why not to allow them if that's what you're thinking. I had them many moons ago. They didn't affect how I did my job and I've worked with others with them to. I know some people have dress codes that include nails, piercings, tattoos and others who just want neat clothes.

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I don't stand on ceremony with this, it makes sense to me to keep mine reasonably short, but I don't employ very young staff who wear this type of thing on a regular basis, if any of us do have them they are for a special night out or "do" and when we have had enough we have them removed. As long as they are well kept and they can work with them I don't have much of a problem

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I had a friend who was a midwife and she had very long nails. If she can work as a midwife with them I can't see them being a problem in an early years setting.

However, I did always cringe when looking at them, picturing certain things midwives have to do and considered myself lucky she hadn't delivered my children!

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