Give up smoking and get more leave says Japan firm

9 November 2017

In Japan, staff at Piala in Tokyo have been dealt another blow. They won't be getting as much leave as their non-smoking colleagues. Non-smokers will get an extra six days paid leave on top of their annual allocation. But it is only after they've been smoke free for a year. More than third of the 120 staff at the marketing firm smoke. Japan ranks bottom of worldwide anti-smoking league tables.