Should an employer have the right to “require” non-smoking as a condition of employment (of course not)?
The employee handbook says: “We are a no-smoking company. None of our employees smoke tobacco anytime anywhere. (Smokeless and vapor use are also banned. Violators are subject to immediate dismissal.)”
Be sure to comment on the right of an employer to discharge an employee for smoking when not at work.
Also, be sure to consider: Is a non-smoking rule legal? Is it ethical? Is it enforceable?
Remember, the key question here is the employee’s right to a job.
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HRMT300 District of Columbia Employee Rights No Smoking Rule Paper was first posted on November 19, 2020 at 3:07 am.
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