You haven’t told me what kind of work you do, but, unless you are in a customer-service-based business (bank teller, some restaurants and hotels, retail) with a strict dress code that explicitly talks about tattoos, I expect your upper arm/shoulder tattoo will not be a formal problem.
People in charge at more conventional work environments (like law and finance) might quietly frown upon employees’ tattoos, but those tattoos are (most likely) allowed as far as HR is concerned.
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