A good percentage of non-smokers believe they deserve more vacation days than their coworkers who are smokers.
Of the 1005 adults interviewed, 42% on non-smokers would like to expand their vacation by 3-5 more days. 28% of smokers were actually in favor of that time as well.
The amount of time smokers spend on breaks just may shock you. The average smoker spends about 6 days a year on work breaks. Non-smokers have raised complaints about the work productivity.
One company has already implemented the extra days, Japan's Piala has added a total of 6 extra days for their nonsmoking employees.
What do you think? Should non-smokers get extra vacation days?
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