Posted Mar 02 2018 06:03AM PST
Updated Mar 02 2018 06:04AM PST
A new survey says two-thirds of nonsmokers feel they should get extra paid time off to compensate for their smoking co-workers.
The survey was conducted by Halo Cigs, an electronic cigarette company. Over 1,000 people were surveyed about smoke breaks.
According to the survey, about 81 percent of smokers believe smoke breaks are fair. Meanwhile, 74.8 percent of nonsmokers disagreed.
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A recent survey says more than 40% of non-smokers believe they should get 3 to 5 extra vacation days per year, to compensate for all the time their smoking co-workers spend on cigarette breaks.— KTVU (@KTVU) March 2, 2018
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