Do smokers have an unfair advantage over non-smokers in the work place...and are they costing the company money?
The ongoing battle between smokers and non-smokers apparently extends to the workplace. More than 40% of non-smokers believe they should get three to five extra vacation days per year, to compensate for all the time their smoking co-workers spend on cigarette breaks. Is that fair? Author Bobby Albert shares his thoughts and tells us how much these smoke breaks are costing companies in lost productivity.
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