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5 Things HR Needs to Know About E-Cigs in the Workplace

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Vaping. Juuling. E-cigs. If you don’t know these terms for electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes), you should. But if you’re confused about e-cigarettes and their impact on health and the workplace, you’re not alone. Now is the time to get clued in. Nearly 11 million adults currently use e-cigarettes. While e-cigarettes may aid in smoking cessation, they may also promote smoking initiation. With mixed messages about e-cigarettes, many employers are understandably confused about how to support employees who use them. So… are e-cigarettes good or bad? Find out.

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  • What e-cigarettes are (and aren’t)
  • When e-cigarettes can be helpful for quitting
  • Effects of e-cigarettes on adults and their children
  • Why e-cigarette users need tailored support to quit
  • The importance of clear workplace policies on e-cigarette use
4 ways to improve engagement in tobacco cessation

Developed by Truth Initiative® in collaboration with Mayo Clinic, the EX Program is a digital cessation program that helps tobacco users quit for good. Through live chat coaching and a thriving social community, the EX Program empowers smokers with compassion and accountability. Using multi-modal tools, the program tailors the quitting journey to individual needs, including e-cigarette users. Plus, the EX Program provides 24/7 support for as long as smokers and ex-smokers need to quit and stay quit. To date, 800,000+ tobacco users have registered for EX, developing the skills and confidence critical for a successful quit. Learn more:

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