no smoking case study 9'30'11

no smoking case study 9'30'11 - David Coffman Bus 101 HB...

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David Coffman Bus 101 HB 9/30/2011 No Smoking Case study The Key stakeholders in this case are the employees. This is because many of them are being asked to give up an addiction that they may have had for a very long time. It also affects the employees that don’t smoke as well. The employees that don’t smoke will no longer be exposed to the dangerous effects of second-hand smoke. Some of the employees that are asked to quit smoking are infuriated because they have an interest in privacy. These employees feel that it is an invasion of privacy because they should have the right to choose to smoke if they want to. Also, they think that the company should not dictate what they do in the privacy of their own home or in their free time. On the other hand, some employees have a higher interest in job security than privacy because they would rather quit smoking then lose their job. These particular employees care more about job security than having privacy and being able to smoke cigarettes on their own time. This case is about how Weyco decided it was no longer financially beneficial to keep
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