Oxfam refused to ban staff from using prostitutes saying it would “infringe their civil liberties”, a training manual has revealed.
The guidance, still available on the charity’s website, says that they “strongly discourage” their workers from paying for sex but a total ban would be “impractical”.
Freedom of contract does mean they can insist on the idea. As employees can refuse to sign such a contract.
There can also be a more general term, not to do anything illegal. Or to create disrepute for the organisation.