Ban smoking at work says business
- The Last Gasp: Workplace Smokers Near Extinction. Lang, Nancy A. // Management Review;Feb92, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p33
Reports on the increased number of companies in the United States that have adopted the smoke-free environment policy. Impact of work place smoking on health insurance costs; Reasons behind companies' move to ban smoking in the work place.
- Can I Prohibit My Employees From Smoking While Working? Duncan, Brooke // IE3;Sep2015, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p20
The article provides an answer to a question regarding smoking policy for employees.
- Will smoking move point the way? Lewis, Mark // Caterer & Hotelkeeper;11/6/2003, Vol. 192 Issue 4298, p5
Comments on the plan of the British government to ban cigarettes in workplaces in the country as of November 2003. Introduction of a non-smoking policy at the Japanese restaurant Zuma in London, England; Impact of the plan on the restaurant industry; Effect of passive smoking on customers.
- As fumes meet fare, my restaurant boycott begins. Hetrick, Bruce // Indianapolis Business Journal;3/6/2006, Vol. 26 Issue 53, p42A
The author reflects on the proposed ban on workplace smoking in Greenwood, Indiana. He considers himself as one of those who supported the proposal and he is ready to boycott anything that allows smoking in the workplace. He also suggests that 80 percent of the population in the area are...
- Smoking in the Work Place: A Management Perspective (Book). // Benefits Quarterly;1986 Second Quarter, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p89
Presents an abstract of the article "Smoking in the Work Place: A Management Perspective," by R. Lawrence Ashe Jr. and Dennis H. Vaughan which appeared in the Winter 1985-1986 issue of "Employee Relations Law Journal."
- PLANET WORK. // World of Work;Jun2004, Issue 51, p21
The article focuses on the worldwide trend of smoking in the workplace. Employees of the municipality of Levanger in Norway had to completely abstain from smoking during their e working hours. The spate of advertisements and sponsored events by cigarette and chewing tobacco major producers...
- No Smoking at the World Health Organization. // American Journal of Public Health;Jun87, Vol. 77 Issue 6, p672
The article reports on the announcement of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva to ban smoking at its headquarters as of April 7, 1987, in which the World Health Day will be celebrated. As the report of WHO's International Agency for Research on Cancer shows that smoking is harmful to...
- Smoking in the Workplace: Balancing Smoker and Nonsmoker Rights. Paul, Robert J.; Townsend, James B. // Employee Responsibilities & Rights Journal;Jun98, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p117
The article focuses on the legal aspects of policies concerning the regulation of cigarette smoking in workplace. Looking back, critics of the use of tobacco argue that legislation surely would have prohibited the use of such a harmful substance if we had only known what we know now. Today...
- Substance Abuse Treatment Counselors and Tobacco Use: A Comparison of Comprehensive and Indoor-Only Workplace Smoking Bans. Knudsen, Hannah K.; Boyd, Sara E.; Studts, Jamie L. // Nicotine & Tobacco Research;Nov2010, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p1151
Introduction: While indoor smoking bans reduce employee tobacco use, less is known about whether comprehensive bans, which prohibit smoking in both indoor and outdoor areas, are associated with lower rates of tobacco use than indoor-only bans. Methods: This study integrated data collected via...