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No-Smoking Policies
A review of how companies manage their implementation of no-smoking policies.
# 125917 | 2,000 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Business (Management)

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This paper discusses the implementation of no-smoking policies in companies in terms of organizational development and types of change. An example is provided of a workplace that instituted a no-smoking policy and the paper offers ideas for how the change could have been managed better.

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"Smoking has long been known to be harmful to the health. Efforts to persuade consumers to stop smoking at the macro level via television ads and other means have not been exceptionally effective, primarily because nicotine addiction overrides the individual's desire to stop smoking. Within communities, greater success has been achieved through the outlawing of smoking in public buildings and through community-wide smoking cessation programs. At the micro level, many companies have now adopted a strict no-smoking policy that either forces smokers to leave the..."

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