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    Old Smoke

    Old Smoke In today’s society, tobacco smoke is a concern which has resulted in banning smoking in the workplace, restaurants, and recreational facilities that have sporting events. Numerous studies have found that tobacco smoke is the major contributor to indoor air pollution, and that breathing secondhand smoke is a cause of disease in healthy nonsmokers, including heart disease, stroke, respiratory disease, and lung cancer (Model Ordinance Prohibiting Smoking in all Workplaces, n.d.). A smokefree

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    Old Smoke

    "Old Smoke" Case 8.4 Michael A. Kidd Professor Jane Bolduc Osburn Business Ethics – BUS 309 February 20, 2012   Explain how you would handle this situation if you were Charles Renfold. When we look at this scenario, I can only imagine how many times this same situation happens in workplaces all over the world. For Charles Renfold, handling the situation will require tact, understanding, and patients

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    Why You Shouldn’t Smoke

    Why You Shouldn’t Smoke There have been anti-smoking campaigns since the 1960s, and today the ads and commercials on TV are aimed more towards the youth culture—those who've not started smoking yet and might be around it—while commercials to stop the addiction to nicotine through patches and gums are geared towards the adults who've already become addicted. Not smoking is a very big issue as we can see from the proliferation of ads and commercials as well as the governmental involvement with tax-hikes

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    Smoke Signals

    cliff where I descended a thousand years ago. Returning to faded black stone. where mountain lion lay down with deer. It is better to stay up here watching wind's reflection in tall yellow flowers. The old ones who remembered me are gone the old songs are all forgotten and the story of my birth How I danced in snow- frost moonlight distant stars to the end of the Earth, How I swam away in freezing mountain water narrow mossy canyon tumbling down

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    Smoke Alarms

    Smoke Alarms Each year most people are in disbelief and doubt that something as critical as a fire could happen to them, this skepticism has led to more deaths and property damage than should have occurred. In the current generation smoke alarms are mandatory and advancements to the technology have been occurring rapidly. With the use of smoke detectors, firefighters have been more successful in the saving of lives and the protection of property. Even with smoke detectors getting more technologically

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    Exotic Smokes Paper

    Exotic Smokes Cigarette Company Consumer Behavior Outline Melissa G Tindall University of Phoenix MKT/544 Fall Semester Lung cancer and illness associated with smoking (even second-hand-smoke) continue to climb; however, there is still popularity with flavored cigarettes within certain age groups. Exotic Smokes Cigarette Company has requested a study on how to attract the 18 to 25 year old age group, to candy and fruit flavored cigarettes. This outline will discuss competition, marketing

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    Up in Smoke

    even ban the use of tobacco can result in a sharp decline of tobacco use. Thus, advocates who suggest that marijuana use is not that much different from the use of tobacco face an increasingly shaky argument, as the public outcry to ban cigarette smoke and other forms of tobacco use from public forums has grown more insistent. With the possible exception of its use in carefully monitored medical treatments, advocates of legalizing marijuana have little remaining support for their cause. Advocates

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    Seeing Behind the Smoke Screen

    the Smoke Screen 1 Seeing Behind the Smoke Screen Markus Coleman University of Phoenix Psy Seeing Behind the Smoke Screen 2 Abstract Bias this is the downfall that we face as people. As is seems everyone has the own agenda but clearly the smoke is not easy to blow past as we think. We have to give the logic to the misunderstanding of share or given information. Seeing Behind the Smoke Screen

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    Second Hand Smoke

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    Old Smoke

    Old Smoke Bus 309 Lynne Anderson Professor Richard Carroll Strayer University February 21, 2012 1. Explain how you would handle this situation if you were Charles Renfold.     What is Darlene’s personality?  Is she a valuable employee with a sunny disposition and the ability to get along with everyone, who happens to have an allergy to cigarette smoke or has other general respiratory problems?  Or is she an employee who has a different problem every day, no matter what the circumstances

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    Smoke Signals

    where everybody has false teeth. Victor and Thomas Builds-the-Fire were the same age, had grown up and played in the dirt together. Ever since Victor could remember, it was Thomas who always had something to say. Once, when they were seven years old, when Victor's father still lived with the family, Thomas closed his eyes and told Victor this story: "Your father's heart is weak. He is afraid of his own family. He is afraid of you. Late at night he sits in the dark. Watches the television until

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    and love. Sonnet sixty-four deals with the speaker telling his loved one that time will soon take them from each other. In Sonnet twelve the speaker is preaching that the only way to defeat time is to procreate. Finally, in Sonnet seventy-three an old man is reflecting on his past life and telling it to a younger man, hoping the young man will understand how quick life goes. The poems all start off with the speakers explaining what they have seen or have been through over their lives. The beginnings

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    Why Smoke

    Watson 11 CPLA 4 March 2013 Why Smoke Have you ever tried a cigarette or been around someone who has? Many people smoke because of stress in their lives, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and peer pressure. Smokers have a feeling of relief when they start the cigarette and when they finish. The majority of smokers try to quit but only 50% succeed in quitting. My whole life I have lived with at least two smokers in my family so I experience second hand smoke majority of my life. Many people

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    Webs of Smoke Review

    Webs of Smoke Book Review Meyer, Kathryn, and Terry Parssinen. Webs of Smoke: Smugglers, Warlords, Spies, and the History of the International Drug Trade (state & Society East Asia). Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2002. Kathryn Meyer and Terry Parssinen, both have B.A.’s and Ph. D’s and have taught history, collaborated on the book titled Webs Of Smoke; Smugglers, Warlords, Spies, and the History of the International Drug Trade which contains an “About the Authors” section on the last page

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    Dangers of Secondhand Smoke

    DANGERS OF SECONDHAND SMOKE ____________________ In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements for the Course Communication Arts II ____________________ By Julienne TABLE OF CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION…………………………………………………………………….. II. NATURE OF SECONDHAND SMOKE…………………………………………….. III. CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF SECONDHAND SMOKE…………………….... A. Cotinine…………………………………………………………………………... B. Carcinogens………………………………………………………………………. 1. Carbon Monoxide………………………………………………………………

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    Dont Smoke

    Don’t Smoke Cigarettes I. Introduction A. Do you ever see those people who have to talk threw a hole in there throat? Well that is called a stoma and is caused by larynx cancer. B. Do you think that smoking is really that bad for you well truth is that It really is C. In 2011 18% of all high school students were smoking and most people start smoking when they are teens. D. 1. First I’m going to tell you about some reason that you don’t want to smoke cigarettes 2. I will

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    The Old Fisherman

    lived downstairs & rented the upstairs rooms to out-patients at the Clinic. One summer evening as I was fixing supper, there was a knock at the door. I opened it to see a truly awful looking man. 'Why, he's hardly taller than my eight-year-old,' I thought as I stared at the stooped, shriveled body. But the appalling thing was his face, lopsided from swelling, red & raw. Yet, his voice was pleasant as he said, 'Good evening. I've come to see if you've a room for just one night. I came

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    Smoke Damage

    Smoke Damage Smoke Damage Some of the coolest people who ever lived and are currently alive and entertaining the likes of us are smokers and for some reason they have this amazing ability to make it look like a great idea. Years ago before it was proven fact that cigarettes were harmful, the public would watch entertainers like Humphrey Bogart, Sammy Davis Jr., and Johnny Carson smoke like it was just a part of who they were and it did look cool. What most people don’t know is that each of

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    Children and Second Hand Smoke

    brisk air. Specifically, during this certain time of the year, I find great satisfaction in taking a deep breath and inhaling the fragrant aroma of nature, of fresh air, clean, and crisp. Yet, my joy hastily ends when the sudden smell of cigarette smoke engulfs me and my children. Sound familiar? Something must be done about this intrusion upon non-smoker's rights. Is our health so meaningless as to be put at the mercy of carcinogens and toxins? What about innocent children, who protects their

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    Old Smoke

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    Do You Smoke?

    SMOKE Do you smoke? If you do it you never imagine the serious consequences that it would bring to your life. My Psychology class helped me to understand and think better about the damage of drugs, and how affect our central nervous system. Tobacco is a psychoactive drug with chemicals that affect our nervous system and, as a result, may alter consciousness and awareness, influence how we sense and perceive things, and modify our moods, feelings, emotions, and thoughts. In our days is very common

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    Smoke

    weight loss, shortness of breath, and chest pains.[1] The most common cause is long-term exposure to tobacco smoke,[2] which causes 80–90% of lung cancers.[1] Nonsmokers account for 10–15% of lung cancer cases,[3] and these cases are often attributed to a combination of genetic factors,[4] and exposure to; radon gas,[4] asbestos,[5] and air pollution[4] including second-hand smoke.[6][7] Lung cancer may be seen on chest radiographs and computed tomography (CT) scans. The diagnosis is confirmed

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    Cigarette Smoke

    Institute [NCI] 1997; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] 2008). The primary short- and long-range strategies for reducing deaths associated with tobacco use are cessation and prevention, respectively, along with reduction of secondhand smoke exposure (Warner et al. 1998; USDHHS 2000; Stratton et al. 2001; WHO 2003a). Another concept that has been considered is changing the cigarette itself to make it less toxic. The concept of modifying conventional cigarettes to be potentially less harmful

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    Summer and Smoke

    William,Tennessee. Summer and Smoke. New York: New Directions, 1948. Tennessee William’s “Summer and Smoke” is an excellent play which happened shortly after world war two in Glorious Hill, Mississippi. Alma Winemiller lives in a spiritual world, and John Buchanan, Jr., is absorbed with the physical world. Alma has been in love with John Buchanan since she was a small child. She is a kind woman, who loves with her soul and not with her body. John Buchanan Jr. is known for being friendly with

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    Smoke Signals

    October 26, 2013 There are several things that are important about the line, “He didn’t mean to Thomas,” that Victor speaks in the movie, “Smoke Signals.” The first thing that needs to be discussed is the fact that when this statement was made, Thomas and Victor had just returned to the Reservation from a trip to Arizona to retrieve the belongings of Victor’s father who had just passed away. This seems normal, but in fact, it was the last thing Victor wanted to do. You see, Victors father

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    A Old an

    teenager. It was after I learned more about the world (both of more experience and disappointment of the reality) that I truly appreciated the stories and interpreted them as types of satire. Taking The Handsomest Drowned Man in the World and A very Old Man with Enormous Wings into an adult’s point of view, and reflecting on them more critically, I noticed that these two stories were more profound. While The Handsomest Drowned Man in the World seems to be a story about how the village people appreciated

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    Smoke Signals Response Essay

    Ashilay Dillow SIU850015144 SOC215 November 14, 2013 Film Response to Smoke Signals The film Smoke Signals is about two young Native American men, Victor Joseph and Thomas Builds-the-Fire, who venture off their reservation in Idaho to go to Phoenix, Arizona to pick up the ashes of Victor’s dead father. The film opens with a house fire on the Fourth of July, 1976. Infant Thomas is saved from the fire by Victor’s father, Arnold, but is also left parentless when his parents aren’t so lucky. Twelve

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    Old Generation

    Old generations often hold some traditional ideas on the correct way of life, thinking and behavior. However, some people think that it is not helpful for the young generations to prepare for modern life in the future. What’s your opinion? 提纲 第一段:1.背景,上一代的长辈们对事对人都持有比较传统和保守的观念。 2.正方观点,一些人们对这种观点持否定的态度,认为他们已经不符合时代发展的需求了。 3.反方观点,另一些人则认为长辈们的观点依然非常有帮助。 4.我认为,老人家的观点对我们日后的社会生活是有一定益处的,可以适当地听取他们的意见。 第二段:在很多人看来,长辈们的观点视乎已经不符合现代人的观念。 第三段:在我看来,长辈们阅历丰富,他们的观点是非常值得我们借鉴的。 第四段:虽说长辈们的观点可取,但并不意味着年轻人应完全遵循他们的意见做事。

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    Exotic Smokes Outline

    Exotic Smokes Cigarette Company University of Phoenix Exotic Smokes Cigarette Company Consumer Behavior Outline 1. Introduction a. Competition for Exotic Smokes i. Electronic cigarettes ii. Smokeless tobacco products (Villanti, Richardson, Vallone, & Rath, 2013) iii. Flavored cigars (King, Dube, & Tynan, 2013) b. Current information on flavored cigarettes iv. Per the Food and Drug Administration (2013), there is a ban on the

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    Exotic Smokes Cigarettes

    Exotic Smokes Cigarette Company Consumer Behavior Outline MKT/554 June 13th, 2011 Exotic Smokes Cigarette Consumer Behavior Exotic Smokes Cigarette Company (ESCC) has employed TRIAAD Research Group to analyze and outline consumer behavior, needs, and desire for fruit and candy flavored cigarettes. ESCC will target 18-25 year old customers implementing a $25 million dollar advertising campaign. Competition and Tobacco Information Tobacco is a global industry native to America and can be

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    Why You Should Not Smoke?

    Why You Should Not Smoke? I am sure that you know that smoking harms your body. Then why do you continue smoking? Maybe you do it because you haven’t really become conscious about all the effects that smoking has. There are a lot of reasons why you shouldn’t smoke. Some of them are that smoking affects your health, that you spend a lot of money on cigarettes, and that when you smoke you are not respecting people around you. The first reason why you shouldn’t smoke is that smoking affects your health

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    Webs of Smoke

    Webs of Smoke: Kathryn Meyer & Terry Parssinen The book “Webs of Smoke” written by Kathryn Meyer and Terry Parssinen is published in the year of 1998 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. Kathryn Meyer received her Ph.D. from Temple University. She has taught East Asian history at Temple University-Japan, Ohio Wesleyan University, Lafayette College and Wright State University. The other author, Terry Parssinen received his Ph.D. in the History of Ideas program from Brandeis University. He

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    Smoke Free Healthy Lifestyle

    Smoke Free Healthy Lifestyle Smoking is the most preventable cause of death in America. Smoking can damage your body and nearly every organ in it. These organs include, the heart, blood vessels, lungs, mouth, bones, organs, etc. The smoke from tobacco has many chemicals that are harmful to your heart and blood cells. These chemicals damage the function and structure of your heart. Smoking is a major risk of heart disease. Damages to your heart can lead to the increased risk of getting heart diseases

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    Carbolic Smoke Ball

    Page1 *256 Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company. In the Court of Appeal. 7 December 1892 [1893] 1 Q.B. 256 Lindley , Bowen and A. L. Smith , L.JJ. 1892 Dec. 6, 7. Contract—Offer by Advertisement—Performance of Condition in Advertisement—Notification of Acceptance of Offer—Wager—Insurance— 8 & 9 Vict. c. 109 — 14 Geo. 3, c. 48, s. 2 . The defendants, the proprietors of a medical preparation called “The Carbolic Smoke Ball,” issued an advertisement in which they offered to pay 100l.

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    More Doctors Smoke Camels Than Any Other Cigarette! An Unbelievable Slogan! For many centuries tobacco mass-produced cigarette has been identified with the New World of the United States as the virtual international symbol of American modernity. However, the last half of the twentieth century saw the U.S. tobacco industry come under pressure from the demonstrated health hazards of smoking and the subsequent steady decline in smoking in the United States. In response, the industry aggressively

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    Cigarette Smoke

    Proposal Essay Cigarette Smoke It is obvious to all of us that tobacco is extremely harmful. Growing up in the culture that we do, the dangerous effects of tobacco are commonly known. Even with all of these warning signs, tobacco use is still extremely common around the world. Leah Diplacido a Ph.D. with the National Cancer Institute (NCI) reports that “438,000 deaths are attributed to cigarette smoking each year: an additional 38,000 deaths are caused by second hand smoke” (DiPlacido 1). This

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    Old Smoke

    respectful to not smoke while she is in there the residue of the smoke still remains in spite of them opening the window to air out the room. Charles realizes that the law is his state requires him to provide a smoke free environment when the employee desires it. If I were Charles I would provide another area in which Darlene could do the necessary report. Darlene is in titled to have her moral and human rights respected by her employer. She does not have to be subjected to the old stale smoke in the room

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    Old Smoke

    on bad smells in the workplace; to include old cigarette smell, perfume, and body odor. It will further discuss smoking area solutions and smoking policies for companies. 1. Explain how you would handle this situation if you were Charles Renfold. The situation Charles Renfold is faced with is twofold; first he has just received notification from top management on a report due “yesterday” and second Darlene Lambert informed him the odor of smoke in the file room was awful and she refused

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    Old Smoke Dustin McCabe BUS309-011016 11/27/2011 Old Smoke Employee rights arise from federal and state laws that overtime, have established various rules that govern the employer – employee relationship (definitions.uslegal.com, 2011).   It includes the right to privacy and freedom from discrimination based on age, gender, race, national origin or religion (employment.findlaw.com, 2011).   Having employee rights ensures equal opportunity for all employees, as well as, it makes the employee

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    Through the Smoke Screen of Halloween

    Through the Smoke Screen of Halloween On October 31 every year, the majority of the country and several other countries celebrate the diabolized holiday of Samhain, otherwise more widely known as Halloween. Despite all the negative stigmas attached to this holiday, it is actually a very sacred and the holiest day to those that follow the Old Ways. Having known many pagans and being married to one, I have had the unique opportunity to gain a new insight into this holiday. It was and still is

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    Old Smoke

    Sakoria Osborne Chapter 4 pp.146-150 Psychology Key Questions What are effects of depressants? The effects of depressants are people less restrained in their words and actions, and more likely to engage in dangerous forms of behavior. Barbiturates are also a type of depressants, which are contained in sleeping pills and relaxants. The barbiturates produce a feeling of relaxation and euphoria, which causes confusion, slurred speech, memory lapses, and reduced ability to concentrate. Barbiturates

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    Old Smoke

    Joseph Lockaby Professor Bill Lolius Assignment #2 Case 8.4 Old Smoke BUS 309 November 27, 2011 Old Smoke This is case regarding smokers and non-smokers in the workplace. Smokers are entitled to smoking rights while non-smokers are entitled to their rights. Can a company infringe on the rights of smokers verses non-smokers and how will this affect the productivity of the workers? This will be discussed in this the questions that are asked in this case and what how smoking and

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    Old Smoke in the Workplace

    Old Smoke in the Workplace By: Jennefer Paddock BUS 309: Professor Handel Smith February 26, 2012 Old Smoke in the Workplace “Old Smoke” is a case where there is a file room, where Alice and Frank smoke, that smells of cigarette smoke. In this case, Charles Renford, office supervisor for Redwood Associates, assigned a task to one of his employees, Darlene Lambert, to help him with a report that was due right away. When the office supervisor asked his employee to go into the file room to start

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    Risks of Secondhand Smoke

    Risks of Secondhand Smoke People are always saying, “secondhand smoke kills” without knowing the real health dangers and whom it affects. Secondhand smoke is a leading health risk to nonsmokers due to harmful chemicals, risk of cancer, and other affects to children, teens, and adults. Secondhand smoke is an inhalation of pollutants in the air from tobacco products. I feel that nobody should be subjected to this, but sometimes minors don’t have a choice. Adults have the power to change this and

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    Old Smoke

    Case 8.4 “OLD SMOKE” DONALD HITCHCOCK SHAFIQUR MALLICK BUS 309 BUSINESS ETHICS JANUARY 28, 2012 CASE 8.4 OLD SMOKE 1. Explain how you would handle this situation if you were Charles Renfold. If I were Charles Renfold and was confronted about the smell of “old smoke’’ I would listen to the complaint from Darlene and explain to her that the company has not banned smoking at the work place. I would also remind Darlene that she has a job to accomplish in the file room and that this is what

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    Old Smoke

    Old Smoke Explain how you would handle this situation if you were Charles Renfold. If I were Charles Renfold, smoking would be restricted in the workplace areas. He should take in to concern that secondhand smoke is hazardous to your health. Smoking in the workplace has always been an issue. Alice and Frank were always considerate when Darlene came into the file room by not smoking and opening the windows. However, you still have the smell of old smoke. Smoking should not be permitted in the

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    Old Smoke

    “Old Smoke” BUS309 11/23/2011 1. Explain how you would handle this situation if you were Charles Renfold. Charles Renfold is put in a tough situation. He is counting on Darlene to help him with a report and last minute was left alone to do it because of the “old smoke” smell that lingered in the filing room. The way Darlene handled the situation was not professional or appropriate. I would have told her that as soon as we were done with the report, I would have done something about the smell

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    Old Smoke Bus 309

    Old Smoke Bus 309 Assignment #2 Old Smoke Ronic West Instructor BUS309 February 26, 2012 Abstract This is our second assignment for Bus 309 we are to write on case study 8.4. Regarding Old Smoke and follow the metric for this assignment described in the course syllabus. If I was Charles Renfold I would closely weigh the options and look at what other companies in my field are doing with smoking

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    Old Smoke

    Singleton Business Ethics 309 May 26, 2012 Professor Problems With Smoking At Work At Redwood Associates, a situation developing involving three employees Darlene, Frank and Alice. Darlene was sickened by the smell of old cigarette smoke in Frank and Alice’s office, in which, she had to complete a report that was past due. As a result, Darlene took the issue up with her supervisor, Charles, to no avail, because the law did not prohibit harmless offensive odors in the workplace

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    having to deal with the odor of old cigarette smoke in her company file room. She decided to take a stand and inform Renfold that she refused to work in the file room. This jeopardized a report that was due immediately. I will explain how I would handle this situation if I were Charles Renfold. I will describe the policy on smoking that I would recommend to Redwood Associates. I will also look at how this case would have change if what bothered Darlene was not old smoke but the smell of Alice’s perfume

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