Company gives Non-Smokers 6 Extra days off

Would you be cool with this? A company in Japan is giving all their non-smokers an extra 6 days off per year. The move comes to off-set the breaks taken by smokers during each day.

According to The Telegraph, Piala Inc., a marketing firm in Tokyo, decided to make a change after non-smoking workers complained that they were working more hours than their smoking counterparts.

“I hope to encourage employees to quit smoking through incentives rather than penalties or coercion”, Takao Asuka, the Piala Inc CEO, told Kyodo News.

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