Could You Be Fired for Lying About Your Smoking Habit?

At Whirlpool Corp. in Evansville, Ind., 39 factory workers, all who had claimed they were non-smokers to get a $500 discount on their company health insurance, were suspended without pay after they were seen smoking outside their factory. They stand to lose their jobs. In a written statement, the company said, "Whirlpool is just one of a growing number of companies waging war on unhealthy habits." "Employers are right in there in the middle of that, and more of them are moving towards...Full Story
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