Canadian hasn’t employed smokers in 30 years


Roger Nugent was on the verge of being hired when he let it slip.

Yes, he confessed to employer Jack Kowalski, he did smoke, occasionally.

Nugent was applying to manage “jet boats” that take tourists through the frothy rapids near Niagara Falls, but suddenly the expected job offer was turning to mist itself: the firm did not welcome cigarette users, he learned.

Still eager for the well-paying opportunity, he abruptly quit smoking and signed a contract that could mean termination if his bosses find he has taken up the habit again, at work or elsewhere.

Read more on this in the source site, after the first four sentences. Click.. here.

Source Credits: Tom Blackwell in National Post Health

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