Amazing though it may seem, we are living in the brave new world of legalized marijuana, a development that just a few years ago was likely unthinkable to the average employer. In 2019, ten states and Washington, D.C. have legalized recreational marijuana for adults over 21, while 33 states have legalized medical marijuana. More states, such as Illinois, are expected to legalize recreational marijuana soon. Employers must acclimate to the rapidly-changing drug landscape. Here are three helpful tips to getRead more »
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