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The smoke-Free workplace: complying with Florida law

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Florida employers were required to have smoke-free workplaces since the mid-1980s, but the state recently amended the Florida Clean Indoor Air Act to comply with the Florida Health Initiative. The law prohibits smoking in an “enclosed indoor workplace” with the exception of ...

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Katina September 10, 2013 at 11:24 am

Can an Employer in Florida charge you a percentage of your insurance if you do not provide the results of a nicotine test. Their wellness program is to participate in certain programs and to be tobacco free (not just at work but in your personal life), if you do not participate in wellness program they charge you 5% of your insurance premium and if you do not waive your nicotine test results they will charge you and extra 5% of the premium. We never received notice that any of the policies (wellness programs and tobacco free) was approved until 7 days prior to the notification of testing dates.

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