Disney parks revamps employee policies as part of wider inclusivity goal


Disney is revamping its inclusivity initiatives for cast members and guests, allowing employees to more freely express themselves through gender-inclusive costuming and hair styles.


A new initiative within Disney’s parks division means cast members won’t have to cover their tattoos and can style themselves in costumes that are gender inclusive.

On Tuesday, Josh D’Amaro, chairman of Disney parks, experiences and products, revealed the update to the company’s dress and style code, as part of a wider effort to make its employees and guests feel even more welcome at its theme parks.

“Moving forward, we believe our cast, who are at the center of the magic that lives in all our…


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