Smoking ban's remote impact

July 2007
People Management;7/12/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 14, p10
The article reports on the impact of the smoking ban on office workers according to the Surrey County Council in England. The smoking ban have little effect on office workers but could make more of a difference to those working remotely. According to HR business partner Sarah Donnelly, the ban would boost the employee well-being agenda in the long term. She adds that social workers and others making residential visits would particularly benefit.


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