In this episode of the podcast I cover a recent case decided by the Norwich Employment Tribunal as to whether a vegetarian employee could claim protection from discrimination on the grounds of vegetarianism.
In this episode I will cover:
A background to the law.
How the employment tribunal determine a ‘philosophical belief’.
Why it is a ‘hot topic’ currently.
How it is related to a similar case about veganism.
What you should take from this case as an employer.
Create a working environment where differences and beliefs are celebrated and accepted.
Behave fairly and reasonably to all employees regardless of your views on their beliefs.
Have your rules and codes of conduct and behaviour set out in writing and communicated to all employees.
Seek advice if you are unsure.
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