If you are a non-smoker and looking for a change in careers, you might want to check out Piala Inc.

The company announced that it will give non-smokers extra days off per year to compensate the amount of time smokers take for smoker breaks over the course of a year.

The company is based in Japan and changed it personal time off policy after a non-smoker complained about how smoke breaks affect productivity at the company.

Based on an average of 15 minutes worth of smoke breaks per day, the company is giving non-smokers 6 extra days off a year.

The company hopes the change in policy will help more people quit smoking.


Should Non-Smokers Get More Time Off Than Smokers?

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