Should workers be banned from smoking on their breaks?
A Scottish council has sparked controversy by banning workers from lighting up during the working day.
Dundee City Council said its revised smoking policy would encourage staff to quit and reduce the number of adult “role models” seen with cigarettes in public.
The policy bans staff from smoking during working hours and applies when they are outside, travelling between offices and on tea breaks - meaning workers can only smoke on unpaid lunch breaks.
Unions have claimed the ban is heavy-handed and workers have said they do not know how it will be enforced.
So this week, TFN is asking: should workers be banned from smoking on their breaks?
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