Sunday January 19, 2020

Like sexism and racism, being anti-vegan has no place at work

While philosophical beliefs are not protected in Irish law, a recent case taken by a vegan in Britain is a reminder of the importance of inclusive and non-discriminatory work environments

12th January, 2020
Jordi Casamitjana‘s case serves as a reminder of the importance of creating a respectful workplace culture

How do you know if someone is vegan? They’ll tell you within the first two minutes of meeting them.

We’ve all heard the joke, but if you don’t put up with any sexist, racist or religiously insensitive comments at work, you might also need to consider affording vegans the same treatment.

Over the past few years, the rise of veganism has generated many headlines. In recent weeks, an employment...

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