thinking about going tobacco-free at work? public sentiment backs you up

August 24, 2010

in tobacco cessation

whether or not to go tobacco-free is on my clients’ minds. on the one hand, it sends a clear signal that they’re serious about health. on the other, they have concerns about their employees’ safety, productivity and general reaction. a new gallup poll suggests the latter may be less of an issue. since gallup first conducted this poll, the support for eliminating tobacco use in the workplace has doubled. as we get more accustomed to tobacco bans elsewhere, a tobacco-free environment will seem less controversial. and provided companies provide tobacco cessation support (fully paid for, all the better), going tobacco-free will be less painful, too.

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