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Old 05.08.2019, 14:27
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Re: New employee smelling of smoke

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How do you manage to get to and from the office??
Can one person who's been out for a smoke really be worse than all the fumes of daily life commuting etc?

Do the other people who smoke, boss/HR etc trigger the same medical reaction?

So maybe it's the perfume? Or the smell of resentment that the new boy had two smoke breaks in an hour?

Nope. I never had any asthma attack from perfume. Maybe I shouldn't have mentioned that, just thought it contributed to the general picture. And he (we) can have as many breaks as he wants, coffee, smoke, whatever.

And I'm not talking about fumes(car exhaust, train particles, etc) health or anything here, please.
Other people who smoke are in other offices, and seem to smoke milder tobacco. I don't know.
I know I get the asthma from cats (sadly. still love cat pictures) and smoke. Talking with smokers is fine, waiting for the train next to a smoker is fine. Never had that strong a reaction before either.
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