Book description inclearing the air gregory wood examines smokings importance to the social and cultural history of working people in the twentieth century united statesnow that most workplaces in the united states are smoke free it may be difficult to imagine the influence that nicotine addiction once had on the politics of worker resistance workplace management occupational health . Clearing the air the rise and fall of smoking in the workplace 1 ed cornell university press 2016 condemnations of smoking helped to clear the air at work but at the same time it led to new scrutiny of worker behavior and strengthened employers restric. Its policy reflects a commitment to a drug free workplace which did not change when alaska legalized recreational marijuana in 2014 clemens protocol remains clear and consistent across the entire company said craig clemens vice president of health safety security and environment at nms. Clearing the air e cigarettes in the workplace for many of the gen x and gen ys of todays workforce smoking in the workplace is something only known from watching an episode of mad men a tv series that takes place during the 1950s and 1960s. Over lunch years ago stephen not his real name a senior executive at an insurance company told me about a conversation he just had that perplexed and worried him he had just announced to his team about a bonus restructuring that would more fully reward performance stephen told one of his star performers claire not her real name either that with the new program she would be earning
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