Company Requires Employees to Quit Smoking Weyco Inc., a company that administers health benefits plans, is telling workers to quit smoking, even on their own time, or look for another job. Four employees have resigned after refusing to be tested for tobacco use. Erin Toner from member station WKAR in East Lansing, Mich., reports
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Weyco Inc., a company that administers health benefits plans, is telling workers to quit smoking, even on their own time, or look for another job. Four employees have resigned after refusing to be tested for tobacco use. Erin Toner from member station WKAR in East Lansing, Mich., reports