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E-cigs raise new questions about ‘vaping’ in the office

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Posted: Sunday, March 30, 2014 7:00 am

I had an interesting sighting at the drug store last week. As I walked in, I observed the security guard, who was stationed inside, pull out an electronic cigarette and take a quick “drag,” then put it away. It lasted no more than two seconds, but the image stayed with me. I wasn’t sure if I was intrigued or put off, but it was a reflection of our changing times.

This “smoker” didn’t take a cigarette break. He was vaping on the clock. The question is: Does this bother the people around him? Is there a work policy on the topic?

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