DIFFUSION OF PHILADELPHIA'S NO-SMOKING POLICY TO CHINESE BUSINESSES
- Employers want employees to own up to tobacco use. BRIDGEFORD, LYDELL C. // Employee Benefit News;Apr2011, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p1
The article focuses on the policy of companies regarding tobacco use by employees. Companies are now requiring workers who use tobacco products to put more money towards health premiums or excluding them from financial rewards related to tobacco status. Companies with a tobacco surcharge allow...
- PACKER TWP, PENNSYLVNIA, PASSES LAW CONTROLLING CORPORATIONS. // Rachel's Democracy & Health News;6/12/2008, Issue 963, p6
The article reports on the move of the municipal government of Pennsylvania to ban corporate sewage sludge dumping. It mentions that the Board of Supervisors for Packer Township in Carbon County voted to enact a law that bans corporations from dumping sewage sludge as fertilizer. Moreover, the...
- Going to work overseas? Check local laws first. Paterson, Rosemary // Chartered Accountants Journal;Apr2007, Vol. 86 Issue 3, p29
The article reports that New Zealanders who decide to work overseas are advised to determine the local laws and judicial practices of the other countries to make them aware that they are subjecting to that country's laws. International rules allow consular officers overseas to gained access to...
- Smokin' in the Workplace. Grensing-Pophal, Lin // HR Magazine;May99, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p58
Focuses on the issue of smoking in the workplace in the United States. Information on policy guidelines concerning smoking in the workplace; Employment-related issues on smoking; Health issues on smoking.
- Acculturation and Tobacco Use Among Chinese Americans. Shelley, Donna; Fahs, Marianne; Scheinmann, Roberta; Swain, Susan; Qu, Jiaojie; Burton, Dee // American Journal of Public Health;Feb2004, Vol. 94 Issue 2, p300
Objectives: We examined the relationship between acculturation and tobacco use behaviors among Chinese Americans. Methods: Using a Chinese-language instrument based on validated questions from several national surveys, we conducted in-person, household-based interviews with 712 representative...
- Economic effect of restaurant smoking restrictions on restaurant business in Massachusetts, 1992 to 1998. Bartosch, W. J.; Pope, G. C. // Tobacco Control;Jun2002 Supplement 2, Vol. 11, p38
Objective: To determine if restaurant business declines or improves after the implementation of restrictive restaurant smoking policies. Design: Analysis used a pre/post-quasi-experimental design that compared town meals tax receipts before and after the imposition of highly restrictive...
- CHAPTER III: EFFECTS OF MILTON'S AREOPAGITICA--HIS INTENTION OF ANOTHER MARRIAGE: HIS WIFE'S RETURN AND RECONCILIATION WITH HIM--REMOVAL FROM ALDERSGATE STREET TO BARBICAN--FIRST EDITION OF MILTON'S COLLECTED POEMS: HUMPHREY MOSELEY THE... Masson, David // Life of John Milton Volume 3 1643-1649;3/1/2006, p229
Chapter 3 of Book 3 of the book "The Life of John Milton 1643-1649," Vol. 3, by David Masson is presented. It outlines the impact of the publication of Milton's book "Areopagitica" in November 1644. It features the moves undertaken by the Parliament to repeal the Licensing Ordinance of June...
- Burning issues waft over smoking and the workplace. Rogers, Jacquelyn // Employee Benefit News;Jun2000, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p76
Focuses on issues involved in smoking and the workplace in the United States. Realities of addiction to cigarette; Indirect costs associated with employee smoking; Defenses against high cost of employee smoking.
- WHAT'S BEHIND THE SMOKE SCREEN. Greenberg, Eric // Management Review;Mar91, Vol. 80 Issue 3, p6
Reports on findings of a poll which focus on smoking in the workplace and attitudes regarding smoking in the United States. Proactive approach to smoking in companies; Provision of no smoking areas; Companies' policy on smoking.