Co worker is a smoker : /

posted 3 years ago in Career
Post # 3
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Bumble bee

Would they allow you to have a small Himalayan salt lamp on your desk or nearby? 

They do a great job of reducing the amount of allergens, pollutants, smells, moisture, and electromagnetic frequencies that are in the air. They are also very calming and relaxing, and not just because of how they look. They actually make one’s body feel better. 

I have one, and I use it regularly. It works very well. It makes breathing a lot easier, and neutralizes bad smells pretty quickly. 

If you want to see some salt lamp designs and Himalayan salt products, Spiritualquest.com is a good site to check out. 

Post # 5
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

@secretbee33:  Do you have an HR department you could go to about this?  If so, they should be used to dealing with unpleasant tasks like talking about hygeine, etc.

Post # 6
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

I would address your concerns with your manager. Let him or her have a conversation with the employee. Work places are smoke free but if people reek that is just as harmful and a nuissance.

Post # 7
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Bumble bee

Yes, it really works. A couple of years ago I was having difficulty breathing, and the salt lamp helped a lot. It relieved a lot of my discomfort and made breathing easier. It also helps with allergies. Sometimes when my nose is itchy, I’ll turn on the lamp and it will usually stop or get better. 

My salt lamp looks like and is about the same size as the Pulsar Large Himalayan Salt Lamp. My lamp is not from the Spirital Quest site, though; it’s from a different place. 

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