no smoking allowed case

no smoking allowed case - smoke is always an issue. It...

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Lauren Brockmiller BUS 101 Dr. Barr Weyco Case 1) The key stakeholders in this case are the employees. The smokers and non-smokers. 2) Their interests are their health and keeping their job. 3) This case is about discrimination. Weyco started discriminating against smokers. 4) Employers should have the right to restrict or ban smoking at the work place. Stretching it all the way to employee’s homes is a little far. Employers have this right because in some cases it may be a health hazard. What if one of the other employees has really bad asmatha? Second hand
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Unformatted text preview: smoke is always an issue. It seems that not smoking in the workplace seems the only solution to these problems. 5) I think they do have an obligation to do this to protect the health of their employees, and keep them happy. 6) Yes. The government helps with discrimination. 7) Employees can protect their interests by checking out a company’s regluations before deciding to become an employee there....
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course BUS 101 taught by Professor Rollins during the Spring '08 term at Miami University.

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