COLLECTIVELY BARGAINED SMOKING POLICIES SEEN BY UNIONS AS FAIREST ALTERNATIVE

1989-00-00

Excerpt from the Bureau of National Affairs’ (BNA) Daily Report analyzing collectively bargained smoking policies. Reports that unions are swaying towards the side of non-smokers and focusing on restrictive policies. Includes option of smoking sections outside places of business. Mentions the problems of "sick building syndrome," where poor ventilation is blamed for possible effects of secondhand ... read more

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Subjects
LAGRANDE D
AUGUST J
SISCO P |
HOWLETT R |
LINDEMIER D |
MICHIGAN BELL | MICHIGAN BELL
MARTINO D
TI
COMMUNICATIONS WORKERS AMERICA
AMERICAN FEDERATION STATE COUNTY MUNICIP
WASHINGTON FEDERATION STATE EM | WASHINGTON FEDERATION STATE EMPLOYEES
DEPARTMENT SOCIAL HEALTH SERVI | DEPARTMENT SOCIAL HEALTH SERVICES
PUBLISHING | AMERICAN PUBLISHING
CWA | CWA
ATT | ATT
BORWEGAN B | SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION
NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE EMPLOYEES | NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATIO
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