Should smoking be permitted in your own office?

October 7, 2008 10:42pm CST
In most officesw smoking is banned. Should smoking be permitted in your own office or should you go to the smoing room to have a smoke? What if you are a chainsmoker?
3 responses
@lellyp (245)
• Indonesia
15 Jan 09
In normal time for work NO, But we can smoking in room if a boss already going home (time for working already finis) just less people smoking heheh. If already night we lazy to going 4th floor just for smoking (there have a place smoking area)
@bowtieguy (5927)
• United States
15 Oct 08
There are a few places where I work that has a little balcony for people to go out and smoke. I don't smoke my self but I guess it's not fair to send them outside especially when it gets cold outside. It is really state law that prohibits us from allowing smokin ginside the building.
@mscott (1924)
• United States
8 Oct 08
I do not think it should be permitted in any office. Unless you own the building and are the only one working there perhaps. The smell and smoke do not stay just in the office. Even if they did they soak into the walls and furniture and that would be a cost to replace and repaint. I have been in an office where the person smoked years before and you could still smell it. I just don't think it should be allowed.