One of the most popular posts (i.e., most read) I’ve written is one I published two years ago on whether employer can or should ban the use of e-cigarettes in the workplace. Some employers have gone so far as to implement the complete ban on the use of all products containing nicotine –both during and after work.
E-Cigarettes in the Workplace: Can and Should Employers Ban Them?
By Russell Cawyer on
Posted in Disability, Human Resources
A recent Wall Street Journal article described the controversy that e-cigarettes are creating. As Lauren Etter writes,
[E]lectronic cigarettes, [are] the smokeless nicotine products embraced by a growing number of people trying to kick the habit or avoid bans on smoking in public. Electronic cigarettes typically consist of a metal tube containing an atomizer, a battery and a cartridge