A barista at a Starbucks in Michigan is being told that she has 30 days to begin the removal process on a tattoo on her hand, or her job with the company will be over.  The heart tattoo, that's about the size of a quarter, has been on her hand the entire time she's been employed at the Starbucks over the last 5 years.

She says she doesn't remember a tattoo policy being discussed, but the company notes that it's been consistent and states that there to be no visible tattoos.  It's a standard part of the dress code.

She says she doesn’t understand why they’re making such a big deal out of it since it's just "a little heart" and nothing offensive.  The company stands by their policy.

You can read more on the story HERE, but I'm curious from you, who is right?