Now that so many jurisdictions ban smoking in restaurants and other public places, health officials are moving on to a new goal: the eradication of smoking in the workplace. The dilemma for restaurant operators is that their facility is both a public place and a workplace. Even restaurants whose dining areas are pristinely smoke-free can look forward to new levels of no-smoking enforcement. How big a problem is smoking by foodservice employees? The biggest, according to a new study from ...

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