A company gave non-smokers 6 extra days off to make up for co-workers' smoke breaks
FILE - A man smokes a cigarette. (Pixabay/MGN)
WASHINGTON (CIRCA) - A Japanese company has started giving its non-smoking employees extra paid leave to compensate them for their co-workers’ cigarette breaks, according to The Telegraph.
The Telegraph on Monday reported that Tokyo’s Piala Inc. now gives its non-smoking staff six extra days of paid holidays annually after they complained about the firm’s smoking policy.
Click here to read the full story at Circa.com.