Smoking and the Workplace: Issues and Answers for Human Resources Professionals


"This book provides an overview of the smoking controversy. The full costs of smoking to employers are discussed and documented. Also considered are the changing attitudes of society as a whole and the specific positions of numerous public and private sector agencies. To provide balance, the authors present the Tobacco Institute's position on smoking and health. And for managers who would like to control or eliminate workplace smoking, successful programs, such as the one implemented by U.S. West Communications, are analyzed in depth." Management Review

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1989


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