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No, I did not. Smoking is not illegal, though, and I
suppose discriminating against smokers is not, either.
What if I don't like pregnent women? People who eat
doughnuts? People who drink beer?
And, actually, practice was to work "smoking" into the
conversation to actively determine whether candidates
smoked, so they could be weeded out.
--- John Posada <JPosada -at- book -dot- com> wrote:
> >Witnessing an employer refusing to hire a
> >well-qualified candidate because they were a
> I think we need to differentiate between ethics and
> your preferences. Not
> hiring a smoker hardly qualifies as an ethics
> transgression. He didn't like
> smokers. Did you ask why.
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