Smoke smell on nonsmoking employee
I read in a magazine about a worker who has a sensitivity to odors, including tobacco. Her colleagues have been made aware of the problem. She reports that one of her coworker's clothes smell of tobacco smoke. That employee is a nonsmoker. However, the supervisor talked to him and he says his room mate does smoke in their apartment and refuses to go outside to do so. What would be the employer's recourse here?