Clearing The Haze Around Workplace Marijuana Rules

Given the recent passage of recreational marijuana laws in New Jersey and New York, employers have been left scrambling to review their current workplace drug policies and practices. The legalization of marijuana raises challenging workplace questions related to drug testing, disability accommodations, workplace safety, hiring, and employment terminations, among other key personnel issues.

Join NFC team members, Rachel M. Manne and Joseph M. Vento, for an informative session that will guide employers through the haze of this emerging topic, providing the tools necessary to help an organization navigate its approach. This 1-hour course is designed for leaders, HR professionals, and legal teams to review the applicable local marijuana laws, analyze their impact on employers, and provide best practices to ensure legal compliance in the following key areas:

  • Workplace Policies
  • Hiring and Background Checks
  • Impairment in the Workplace/Testing
  • Impact of Off-Duty Usage/Conduct


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