- Juul told its employees on Dec. 11 that California-based employees can no longer vape at their desks, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
- The company, based in San Francisco, is enforcing a 2016 California law in which e-cigarettes are banned in the workplace.
- Juul will erect a tent outside of its San Francisco headquarters for vaping.
Employees at Juul Labs Inc. have created the buzziest e-cigarette on the market. There’s no other vape that’s also a verb — “juuling.”
But now, the employees of Juul can no longer use their company’s insanely popular (and insanely controversial) product while working. On Tuesday, chief executive Kevin Burns emailed Juul’s staff of around 800 that Juuling at work is no longer allowed, the Wall Street Journal wrote in an article on Friday.