Marijuana in the Workplace: High Priorities for Employers
Presented by Jean Roque, Kyle Abraham, and Pamela Mack
Increasing state-level legalization of recreational and medicinal marijuana adds further complexity for employers concerned with maintaining legal and relevant drug policies.
As of July 1, 2015, Oregon will join Washington state in legalizing the recreational use of marijuana. This session will equip employers to understand applicable laws and assess how drug policies can be adapted for their workplace.
Learn about relevant state and federal laws that may influence an employer’s ability to set and enforce drug policies.
Increase your understanding of today’s drug screening technologies and how to select the right approach for your workplace.
Learn how to detect and contend with employees who may be under the influence of marijuana.
Identify areas that may influence or even dictate your company’s stance on drug policies.
Who Should Attend
Date: Thursday, June 25, 2015 Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am Location: Online HRCI: 1 Credits SHRM: 1 Credits Cost: Free
Founder and President of Trupp HR, a human resources company that provides HR consulting services, HR outsourcing, recruiting, training and development solutions for small to mid-sized organizations. Trupp HR was recently ranked in Oregon’s 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies.
As an attorney for Barran Liebman, Kyle negotiates collective bargaining agreements, advises employers on labor matters, and represents employers before labor arbitrators. As a certified workplace investigator, Kyle conducts investigations into allegations such as employee misconduct, harassment, discrimination, and retaliation.
Owner of Occuscreen, a full-service employment screening provider, helping employers nationwide make informed hiring decisions by providing background checks, verifications, and drug testing services. She is also President of the Portland Human Resource Management Association.