Company Offers Non-smokers an Extra Six Paid Days Off

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A Japan-based company is offering non-smoking workers an extra six paid days off each year to make up for the amount of time smokers took cigarette breaks. Piala Inc., a marketing firm in Tokyo, decided to make the change after workers that didn't smoke complained that they were working more hours than those that smoked.

According to The Telegraph, a message was put in the company suggestion box and the CEO agreed with the workers sentiment. About 30 of the company's 120 workers have taken the extra days off and the CEO hopes that the extra days off will act as incentive for more employees to quite smoking.

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