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Do you eat doughnuts? Fish and chips? Drink coffee? Do
you drive? Walking would be safer, you know. Do you
have a pet dog? You'll live longer if you do--married?
Children might reduce your availability for work, do
you have those?
At what point do individual choices reasonably permit
an employer to deny your employment?
--- MList -at- chrysalis-its -dot- com wrote:
> Sean Brierley [mailto:seanb_us -at- yahoo -dot- com]
> > Witnessing an employer refusing to hire a
> > well-qualified candidate because they were a
> The smoker would probably expect to receive the same
> nominal benefits package as other employees. The
> could be seen to be deliberately choosing to raise
> cost of group insurance/bennies for that employer,
> and indirectly for the other employees. If the loss
> that particular candidate were considered less than
> anticipated longterm losses due to having him/her in
> the insuree pool, then that looks like a good
> decision on the part of the employer. No ethical
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