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Medical Marijuana and CBD in the Workplace: Challenges for HR and Management

In this webinar, the speaker will explain everything about marijuana use and medical marijuana in the workplace. She will explain how the federal law against the use of marijuana may be in contrast to your state law. This webinar also describes how long marijuana stays in the body.

Monday,
April 6, 2020
Time:
10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
Duration:
75 Minutes
Webinar Id:
702929
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Live Version

$145. One Participant
$295. Group Attendees

Recorded Version

$195. One Participant
$395. Group Attendees

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Group Attendees: Any number of participants

Recorded Version: Unlimited viewing for 6 months ( Access information will be emailed 24 hours after the completion of live webinar)

Overview:

Marijuana laws are evolving across the United States. Some state laws are legalizing medical marijuana only, while other states recognize marijuana as a legal recreational drug along with alcohol.

Is marijuana illegal in your state? Are some companies no longer conducting drug testing for job applicants even if marijuana is illegal? What is an employer to do when marijuana is illegal based on federal law but may not be illegal based state law? Does Cannabidiol (CBD) contain any TCH, the mind-altering element in marijuana, which would cause a worker to register positive for marijuana in a drug test? Does it matter? The answers to these questions may result in employers having a complex and confusing mess on their hands when dealing with drug use in the workplace.

Employers are tasked with ensuring their work environment is safe and productive. Marijuana's effect on workers runs the risk of comprising that safety. Is an employee who is taking medical marijuana protected under the federal American Disabilities Act or your state's disability act? Does your company's drug policy address issues around medical marijuana, recreational use of marijuana, and CBD?

Why should you Attend 2020 brings new state laws addressing recreational marijuana use and drug testing, medical marijuana in the workplace, and how the federal law against the use of marijuana may be in contrast to your state law.

It is confusing to balance the changes in state laws. The confusion leads to fear that the workplace may be in violation of federal law while attempting to follow state laws.

Uncertainty abounds regarding drug testing of recreational marijuana users and the length of time marijuana stays in the body. Some employers are finding that drug testing and detecting marijuana results in not hiring a candidate even if recreational marijuana is legal in their state.

Areas Covered in the Session
  • To discuss federal and state laws regarding medicinal marijuana
  • To show the relationship among marijuana, cannabis, THC and CBD
  • To demonstrate how long marijuana stays in the body
  • To explore elements of an effective drug policy
  • To identify higher risk industries where workers should not use marijuana - either medical or recreational
  • To examine variety of marijuana case law outcomes demonstrating confusion about what employers should and should not do

Who Will Benefit
  • Management
  • HR
Instructor:

Dr. Susan Strauss is a national and international speaker, trainer, consultant and a recognized expert on workplace and school harassment and bullying. She conducts harassment and bullying investigations and functions as an expert witness in harassment and bullying lawsuits. Her clients are from business, education, healthcare, law, and government organizations from both the public and private sector.

Dr. Strauss has conducted research, written over 30 books, book chapters, and journal articles on harassment,bullying, and related topics. She has been featured on television and radio programs as well as interviewed for newspaper and journal articles.Susan has a doctorate in organizational leadership. She is a registered nurse, has a bachelor’s degree in human services and counseling, a master's degree in community health, and professional certificate in training and development.


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