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How would you feel, if your expenses were rejected, as their meal of meat? says
this is The Situation in the real-estate developer, Igloo Regeneration, where all the corporate entertaining, workshop, catering, and personnel costs must now be vegetarian, to be reimbursed if the employee wishes.
development surveyor Kate Marfleet, 28, the head of The Company values-team and dedicated employees, a vegetarian in the last year, to reduce the environmental impact. The idea was to be an internal vote and passed, with a few dissenters.
"We realized we had to take the whole company to come on Board, it could not simply be imposed," she says.
How many of the 30-man strong company that regularly work outside The Office , the biggest impact on the cost of the meals.
But the policy is self-Marfleet control and Ms, says employees should be able to make their own decisions, based on your dietary needs.
"If you gluten you free, and there is not a suitable vegetarian option, then you can make a choice," she says.
"And if you are not somewhere where it will starve to death, no vegetarian option, then obviously you should. Even if you decided you really wanted to sandwich a bacon, then that's fine, But The Company does not pay. "Igloo Regeneration will only reimburse Staff for meals that do not contain meat
WeWork cited research suggesting going vegetarian was "one of the greatest things you can do to reduce your personal environmental impact" and appreciates his change store 16. 6 Million Gallons Of Water, 445. 1 million pounds of CO2 emissions and 15,507,103 animals over five years.
However, the British TUC trade Union body said at the time that the employee "should not be out of pocket if you choose to eat meat".
Mark McWilliams, a senior associate in the law firm of Kingsley Napley 's employment team, says Igloo Regeneration is meat-free-to-increase policy, "a few eyebrows", But "a dynamic workforce is more likely to be inspired than to complain about it".
He added: "I would certainly be concerned about the discrimination, if an employer was providing food for their vegetarian Staff . "'We knew that it was controversial"
"We are not responsible for checking the bins," said Igloo CEO John Long . "The most important thing is that we want to consider all people as an adult. A lot of people thought it was a challenge, when we talked initially about it. We knew it could be controversial internally. "
"We spend a lot of time thinking about the impact of our property development on The Planet ," he says. "We invest a lot of time thinking about sustainability, and we have also been thinking of carbon for 20 years. About six months ago, we thought we should look at ourselves rather than just our projects. "
The Firm also encourages employees to use trains wherever possible, and no company car. There are hopes of going veggie can also make it attractive for the next generation of environmentally conscious employees.
"I think My Generation and my friends are really drawn in the direction of the employer, that they feel reflect their values," says Ms Marfleet. "This is a way to do this. I don't think anyone would think " The Company is a vegetarian, so I'm going to go there. "But it is a reflection of the culture. It would feel wrong as an environmentally-sitting company and they all eat a steak for lunch. "
The possibility of a step further, and always vegan was brought up, But the Staff felt it was "too restrictive". And in spite of the introduction of the policy, Ms Marfleet itself is not vegetarian outside of work. "I almost am," she says. "I eat meat probably once every 10 days.
"It certainly sparked a lot of internal conversation about the food, and especially as a younger man, is it interesting, conversations with our older colleagues, who say they now eat a lot less meat at home
"I think it is The Right thing to do, it's about people to make small, positive changes. Eating less meat is one of them," she says.