Should Non-Smokers Get Extra Paid Time Off As Compensation For Smokers Taking Breaks?

A Japanese company offers an additional six days of paid time off a year for non-smokers as compensation for smokers taking 15 minute breaks throughout the day [CLICK HERE FOR THE STORY].  Do you think your employer should offer paid time off for not taking breaks to smoke?

Yes, Smokers take time off from work to smoke, so I should get compensated.
100% (3 votes)
No, non-smokers can also take scheduled breaks and not smoke, so there is no need for additional paid time off.
Total votes: 3