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Tobacco use (particularly pertaining to secondhand smoke) in the workplace has been a topic of discussion among human resource professionals for decades. Many businesses, buildings and even entire states have banned indoor smoking, which clarified the issue for a while – until new technologies began muddying the waters once more.

Electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, which vaporize nicotine, are an emerging industry (to the tune of some $200 million in national sales), and as some workers transition from traditional cigarettes to the electronic ones, the workplace can become a free-for-all.

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