Company gives more vacation days to employees that don’t smoke


Talk about the perks of being an non-smoker.

A Japanese company gives non-smokers more vacation time.

The company has introduced a paid leave allowance to non-smokers, giving them an extra six days off per year.

Cigarette breaks, it estimates, take at least 15 minutes. So non-smokers complained to the company that they were working harder than people who ran out for a nicotine fix several times a day.

The company, after investigating, agreed, and the CEO set the new policy.

So far, four employees have quit.