Is it fair to regulate people’s food choices? Reddit users react to the company’s ‘vegan lunch’ rule

In every company, there are strange rules and regulations that we must agree to before joining. But how far is very far?

Recently, Reddit users were left debating an eccentric rule, which might make you think twice about joining certain companies.

So this particular policy mandating employees to bring vegan lunches to a corporation sparked a heated debate on Reddit. The rule on a specific dietary choice sparked controversy over personal freedom, dietary preferences, and how much influence employers believe they have over their employees’ lunch choices.

Well, a ‘vegan lunch’ is never a bad option, but why make it mandatory?

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Mixed reactions to company’s ‘vegan lunch’ rule: Should food options apply?

You applied for a job, you got this in an email. Can they really force me to do this or not hire me based on this? by u/Reezeyyy in mildly irritating

Reddit user u/Reezeyyy shared a screenshot of the email with the caption: “I applied for a job, I got this in an email. Can you force me or not hire me based on this?”

The email snapshot includes numerous questions that will help the organization shortlist prospects. “Our workplaces are strictly vegan,” says one of them. You do not need to be a vegan outside of work, but you do need to bring a vegan lunch and have non-dairy milks to eat on-site or have lunch off-site. Can you confirm that you’re okay with this?”

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This issue sparked a debate about whether or not a company can restrict what its workers eat at work.

Mixed reactions on Reddit about the company's vegan lunch mandateReddit /u/Reezey

The discussion went beyond the current topic and touched on broader topics such as corporate control, autonomy in the workplace and the duties of employers towards their employees. Reddit users debated whether employers should be allowed to impose personal lifestyle choices, raising concerns about the limits of an employer’s authority to shape the personal lives of their employees.

let’s see the discussion

So far, the post has received more than 50,200 upvotes and more than 10,000 comments. Let’s look at some of the comments below:

Discussion u/LithiumLizzard comment I applied for a job, I received it in an email. Can they really force me to do this or not hire me based on this? in slightly irritating u/AcererakTheDevourer Comment on Discussion I applied for a job, got it in an email. Can they really force me to do this or not hire me based on this? in slightly irritating Discussion comment from u/oldyawker I applied for a job, I received it in an email. Can they really force me to do this or not hire me based on this? in slightly irritating

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