Hiring Smoker Costs Company $6000 (Study)


A new study says that an employee who smokes costs his or her employer nearly $6,000 more per year than a non-smoker.

“Our best estimate of the annual excess cost to employ a smoker is $5,816,” says the paper, led by Micah Berman at the College of Public Health and Moritz College of Law at Ohio State University.

How Smoking Affects the Body on ‘The Doctors’:

If you enjoyed this video, and you’re interested in learning wellness tips that are customized for women over 50, you'll LOVE HealthQueens+, the Most Powerful Way to Lose Weight Age 50+ and Keep It Off For Good, So You Can Be Around to See Your Grandkids Grow Up (Instead of Becoming a Burden to Your Family)

Learn More


More like this:
Woman over 50? Join Us!

We ♥ your privacy

" Hiring Smoker Costs Company $6000 (Study) "