COLLECTIVELY BARGAINED SMOKING POLICIES SEEN BY UNIONS AS FAIREST ALTERNATIVE

BUCKLEY, WILLIAM
MARSHALL, M. HURST
1986-06-23

Memorandum from Hurst Marshall and William Buckly to the Regional Vice-Presidents regarding workplace smoking. Fears that unions are swaying towards the side of non-smokers and focusing on restrictive policies. Includes breakdown of businesses with and without smoking restriction policies.

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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
AMERICAN PUBLISHING | AMERICAN PUBLISHING
CWA | CWA
ATT | ATT
BORWEGAN B | SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION
NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE EMPLOYEES | NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATIO
REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENTS
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