UK Employers Told It’s Okay to Offend Christians, But Not Non-Christians at Christmas

By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
Staff Journalist

A leading employer’s group in the UK says shutting the office down for the Christmas holiday may be seen as discriminatory by non-Christians, so employers should say they’re shutting down to cut costs because so many employees take off. But those companies that can’t shut for the holiday shouldn’t worry because Christians deserve no special privileges.

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