A PROGRAM TO DEAL WITH VOLUNTARY SMOKING RESTRICTIONS IN THE WORKPLACE

1983-03-00

Report outlining a program authored by the Tobacco Institute to better explain the implications of smoking restrictions to policy makers. States program objectives, including discouraging policy makers from unfairly discriminating against employees who smoke and increasing public understanding of smoking restrictions as often unfair and unnecessary. Explains the organization of the program, focusi... read more

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Community Health Program Records
Subjects
Weis, Dr. William L. (Professor of Accounting, Seattle University)
Solman, Lewis, Ph.D.
Banzhaf, John
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American Cancer Society
American Lung Association
American Heart Association
Tobacco Institute
American Finance Association
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
American Management Association
American Society for Personnel Administrators
American Society of Public Administration
Business Council
Financial Management Association
Industrial Management Society
National Association of Accountants
National Association of Business Economists
National Management Association
National Small Business Association
National Society of Public Accountants
State Societies of Certified Public Accountants
AFL-CIO
US Chamber of Commerce
Coalition for Smoking and Health
Phillip Morris
National Association of Tobacco Distributors
Retail Tobacco National Dealers Association
Tobacco Growers Information Council
National Tobacco Council
Ogilvy and Mather Public Relations
Tobacco Action Network
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/31125
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