Non-smoking breaks

| October 31, 2017

The marketing firm Piala, which is based in Tokyo, Japan, is giving its non-smoking employees an extra six days of paid holidays a year after they complained that they were working more than workers who took time off for cigarette breaks, according to a story in the Telegraph relayed by the TMA.

Hirotaka Matsushima, a Piala spokesman, said one of the company’s non-smoking staff had put a message in a suggestion box earlier in the year saying that smoking breaks were causing problems.


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