May 9 – 2:00 to 3:30 PM EDT
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Understanding and interpreting State Medical and Recreational Marijuana Laws vs Federal laws and the rights of employers and employees. This presentation will provide HR professionals with insightful knowledge to assist in their compliance efforts in regard to medical and recreational marijuana use and workplace policy and practice.
The following agenda items will be reviewed during the session:
• Latest updates on state laws legalizing marijuana and conflict with federal laws
• When and under what scenarios may an employer drug test employees
• Employee or applicant tests positive for Marijuana – presents a medical marijuana card
• Recognizing symptoms of Impairment and circumstances under which an employer may discipline an employee that appears impaired
• Types of drug tests available – What is best for employers.
• 2019 guidelines on managing a positive drug test with no known indicators of impairment
• Zero tolerance and alternative drug policy review
Joe Aitchison will present for 60 minutes regarding the above topic. The remainder of the time will be devoted to Q&A and information regarding BASIC’s Services.
BASIC’s webinar is approved for 1.0 HRCI and 1.0 SHRM-CP credits for advanced professional credentials for HR professionals worldwide. Credits are for live attendance only.
Presented by Joe Aitchison, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, CHRS
Joe is Vice President of BASIC, an HR Technology Company, providing employer solutions in the area of human resources and benefit administration. Services include payroll, unemployment, COBRA, FLEX, FMLA, and HR outsource services. In his current role, Mr. Aitchison is responsible for regulatory compliance and is BASIC’s resident expert on employment practice and benefits. He provides guidance on HR best practice to BASIC’s 15,000 clients nationally. He is a known frequent national speaker at conferences, presenting on “Employer Best Practice”, FMLA, ACA compliance, employee benefits, and employment related federal regulations