Getting to the meat of employee choice

Partner at SA Law, Keely Rushmore comments in The Times about discrimination laws.

An office sharing business has kicked off a debate after telling staff they will no longer be served meat at in-house functions, and that they won't be able to claim for any meals containing meat. Citing environmental reasons for their decisions, they have been hailed forward-thinking by many, but have created legal issues too. 

To read the full article in The Times, The Brief click here. Note, there may be a paywall.

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