January 19, 2020

Editorial: U-Haul's anti-nicotine policy is creepy and inappropriate - Kenosha News

Starting Feb. 1, the company says it will no longer hire people who use nicotine, or at least that it will do so in the 21 states where it is legal to have such a policy, which does not, thankfully, include Wisconsin. Job applicants will have to disclose whether they smoke, vape or chew nicotine products and must agree to be tested for nicotine as a condition of employment.

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