Discrimination | Should vegans be exempt from tea rounds?

Should vegans be exempt from tea rounds?

The age-old tradition of taking turns to make tea for your team is a great way of creating a community among your colleagues. However, the rise in popularity of plant-based diets has raised concerns over this traditional practice.

According to Lawyer Alex Monaco, vegans in the workplace should be exempt from tea-making duties as putting them in a position in which they have to handle cow’s milk could be classified as discrimination.

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Comments (1)

  • Val Heatley
    Val Heatley
    Tue, 11 Jun 2019 3:12pm BST
    What a load of nonsense - if a cow isn't milked regularly it will get very ill and die - veganism is a dietary choice not a religion nor a protected characteristic - where is this going to stop - is everybody watching Years and Years its scary?