Taxation for Inhalation: Motivating Workplace Smoking Cessation

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This piece will present statistics on workplace smoking and smoking policies that companies have in place. Results from a Society for Human Resource Management study will be discussed, and whether positive or negative quitting incentives (e.g., wellness literature vs increased health care premiums) have had a greater effect on smoking habits.


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