Articles tagged with "employment"
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New Yorkers may soon be buying weed from union budtenders. Here’s whyMikhail Harrison - Published on December 5, 2022Read more
New York established the nation’s first cannabis market with labor peace agreements. Here’s how that could affect the entire industry for years to come.
Marijuana drug tests are now illegal in most workplaces in New York StateChristopher Minaya - Published on October 21, 2021Read more
Most employers are now prohibited from testing employees for weed use outside of work hours.
Colorado bill would protect employees from dismissal for off-duty cannabis useBruce Kennedy - Published on January 28, 2020Read more
House Bill 20-1089 would prevent Colorado employers from terminating workers for lawful activities that take place in the employee’s personal time.
Weed at work: What medical cannabis patients need to knowAshley Keenan - Published on January 23, 2020Read more
Patients have rights—and responsibilities—when it comes to using medical marijuana at work. Learn how to manage weed in the Canadian workplace here.
Employees and bosses equally uninformed on medical cannabis rightsJesse B. Staniforth - Published on November 22, 2019Read more
Cannabis in the workplace is a complex issue—employers now complain governments didn’t do enough to educate them ahead of legalization.
Use of new cannabis breathalyzer could break labour lawsJesse B. Staniforth - Published on September 26, 2019Read more
The race for a cannabis breathalyzer is on—despite the questionable legal application of such a device in Canada.
Nevada law bars most employers from rejecting cannabis consumersThe Associated Press - Published on June 13, 2019Read more
The law makes it unlawful for would-be employers in Nevada “to fail or refuse to hire” a prospective employee whose screening test results indicate the presence of marijuana.
Workplace deaths fell 34% after medical cannabis legalizationEmily Earlenbaugh - Published on May 29, 2019Read more
Why? Younger adult workers might be using less alcohol, opioids in medical cannabis states.
StatsCan: Over Half a Million Canadians Use Cannabis at WorkJack Choros - Published on May 14, 2019Read more
More Canadians are admitting that they’re consuming cannabis before they clock in.
As of 2019, legal cannabis has created 211,000 full-time jobs in AmericaBruce Barcott - Published on March 4, 2019Read more
An estimated 64,000 jobs were added in 2018, making cannabis the nation’s fastest-growing industry. Download Leafly’s report and state-by-state analysis.