Unsure What to Do About Tobacco Users in the Workplace?
Employers in 21 states can discriminate against tobacco users in the workplace. But, in today’s tight job market, employers need to consider all qualified candidates. During this webinar, learn legal considerations with no-hire policies for smokers and legal ways to reduce the costs associated with tobacco users in the workplace.
Want a Side of Cigarettes with That? How to Curb Smoke Breaks in Hospitality
The hospitality industry has one of the largest populations of smokers in the U.S., resulting in substantial productivity losses due to smoke breaks. Learn how this affects your workplace in surprising ways and what steps you can take to help end employee tobacco use.
5 Insights from 2020 Surgeon General Smoking Cessation Report
The Surgeon General recently released Smoking Cessation: A Report of the Surgeon General, highlighting the critical need to get quit-smoking support into the hands of the millions of U.S. smokers. See 5 key findings from the Surgeon General’s 2020 report.
Cessation Benefits Emerge Amid Vaping Injury Outbreak
With news about e-cigarette's use, safety, and health effects making headlines, employers are offering employee vaping cessation benefits. Dr. Amanda Graham, chief of Innovations, provides insight into why the EX Program developed a holistic approach for vaping cessation in this HR Dive article.
Papers & Tip Sheets
Tip Sheet: Inspire More to Quit with 2020 Quit-smoking Calendar
Your employees who smoke, vape, or use smokeless tobacco need frequent reminders to stay engaged with your tobacco cessation for it to be effective. Download our quit-smoking calendar and tip sheet for ideas on how and when to promote quitting tobacco to maximize employee engagement.
Employers are Adding Anti-Vaping Support for Parents to Their Wellness Benefits
Many parents are flying blind when it comes to supporting their children who might be vaping, which can lead to distracted and less productive employees. Learn how more employers are offering anti-vaping support for employees in this TNLT article by Megan Jacobs, MPH, managing director of product for the EX Program.
Employers Turn to New Benefit to Snuff E-Cigarette Epidemic
With the number of employees vaping increasing and vaping-related health conditions on the rise, employers are stepping up to help workers—and their children—quit. Gain insights from Megan Jacobs, MPH, managing director of product, Innovations on how the EX Program is leading the way in assisting companies to help employees and their families quit vaping.