4 Ways to Promote This Year’s World No Tobacco Day
Every year, on May 31, the World Health Organization (WHO) and global partners celebrate World No Tobacco Day. Learn what to do as an employer to raise awareness of tobacco's harmful effects and discourage use by your employees and their families this World No Tobacco Day and every other day.
Why Women Smokers Need Your Help to Quit, Especially Now
Research shows 1 in 8 women in the U.S. still smoke, and smoking is the largest preventable cause of death among American women. Learn what you need to know about women smokers—and why they need your help to quit tobacco, especially now when it’s all-hands-on deck to keep the employees you have as healthy as possible.
Novel Approaches: What Science Says Helps People Quit Tobacco
Evaluating newly developed tobacco cessation programs goes beyond a sleek interface or gadget. Here are key considerations to keep in mind as you’re assessing the evidence behind tobacco cessation programs for your employees.
Papers & Tip Sheets
Tip Sheet: COVID-19 and How to Help Tobacco Users Quit and Stay Quit When Stress Skyrockets
Here are 5 important things to keep in mind to help your employees who are planning to quit, in the process of quitting, or are trying to remain tobacco-free during this time of high stress and anxiety.
How Employers Can Counter Social Determinants of Tobacco Use
For employers to be able to offer tailored tobacco cessation resources, they need to understand the main social determinants driving tobacco use. Learn the biggest social factors associated with tobacco use so you can identify who’s at risk and tailor your cessation efforts in meaningful ways.
Social Distancing Gives Working Parents Insight into Kids’ Vaping
Social distancing as a result of COVID-19 can be a golden opportunity for parents to talk to their children about vaping and breaking this harmful behavior. Learn about available resources to help your employees who are parents of kids who vape.
On-demand Webinar: The Impact of COVID-19 for Tobacco Users (+ How You Can Help)
For employees looking to quit tobacco, high stress levels in the current environment mean it’s no longer “quitting as usual.” Watch our 30-minute webinar to learn about free and low-cost resources that can help tobacco users quit and stay quit in the midst of unprecedented stress and uncertainty.