Though the number of smokers in the U.S. is continually shrinking, there are still enough workers taking smoke breaks to cause some problems with non-smoking employees.
More employees now believe that smokers get an unfair amount of break time to indulge their habit. And research shows that when you add it all up, the average smoker wastes about six days a year on smoke breaks.
A study by Halo, an e-cigarette manufacturer, surveyed 1,000 U.S. workers. It reveals how both smoking and non-smoking employees feel about the fairness of smoke breaks, and whether workers should be compensated for not taking