BeneQUIT Tobacco Cessation Program

How Employee Tobacco Use Affects Your Bottom Line and What You Can Do About It

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that one employee using tobacco costs employers an additional $6,000 annually in the form of decreased productivity, increased sick time and higher health care costs. Multiply the $6,000 annual average over a population with only a handful of tobacco users and an organization may find itself losing more than $30,000 per year.

Watch our on-demand 30 minute webinar to find out how your company can reclaim revenue that’s going up in smoke.

By participating, you will learn:

  • What various costs are associated with employees who use tobacco.
  • Why quitting tobacco use can be challenging for your employees.
  • How you can support your employees with quitting tobacco.