Rather, we need to be concerned with offending Muslims by placing bacon in workplace refrigerators.
The workplace etiquette guidelines were crafted by a professor of faith and public policy at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Think of the professor as the Emily Post for the world's largest, oldest, and deadliest hate group.
We wonder when a professor will pen etiquette guidelines for not offending white people, such as not digging up their war heroes from public parks, not tearing down their heritage flags, and not murdering them on the streets.
The professor also recommend not warming sausages in microwaves.
Now, if you'll excuse me, it's time for my lunch break. Think I'll have a sausage.
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It may seem an innocent enough act to warm up your sausage roll in the microwave during lunch hour.
But think again, because doing so could seriously upset colleagues of certain faiths, new guidelines on the etiquette of using communal kitchens at work suggest.
Similarly, it would also be advisable to avoid keeping bacon rolls in a fridge shared with people whose religious beliefs prohibit them from eating pork.
Adam Dinham, professor of faith and public policy at Goldsmiths, University of London, has drawn up a religious literacy programme due to be presented to employers this week.
He said: ‘The microwaves example is a good one. We also say, ‘Don’t put kosher or halal and other . . . special foods next to another [food] or, God forbid, on the same plate.’
Halal and kosher food served at corporate events should be certified, and consideration should be given to whether to serve alcohol, the guidelines further suggest.
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