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(Reuters)
Japanese firm offers more leave to non-smokers
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Smokers are being given an extra reason to quit at one Japanese company. Non-smoking employees are being rewarded with an extra six days of paid leave per year to de-incentivize smoking.
Smokers are being given an extra reason to quit at one Japanese company. Non-smoking employees are being rewarded with an extra six days of paid leave per year to de-incentivize smoking.
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