How to Tackle Social Factors Imperiling Employee Health
With laws limiting where people can smoke, it might seem like tobacco use is fast becoming a relic of the past, along with smoky restaurants and office ashtrays.
Unfortunately, that’s far from the case.
Today, 50 million Americans use some form of tobacco, which includes 34 million smokers. That represents 20.8% of all adults.
To counter social factors associated with tobacco use, we need deliberate and thoughtful approaches.
Download our paper to learn:
- 3 social determinants linked to higher tobacco use
- How socially responsible companies are adopting more holistic approaches to tobacco cessation
- Ways that employers can help relieve the factors influencing smoking