Category Archives: Drug-Free Workplace

Court Rulings Reiterate that Employers Should Review and Revise Best Practices for Drug-Free Workplace Programs

Employers have many reasons for requiring employees to submit to drug and/or alcohol testing, both as a part of pre-employment screenings, and as a condition for continued employment in the workplace.

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Colorado Supreme Court Subordinates Employee Rights to Employer Policies on Medical Marijuana

The Colorado Supreme Court ruled on June 15, 2015 that an employee of Dish Network who was terminated in 2010 for failing a company marijuana test was fired legally, despite the fact that Colorado law allows individuals to use marijuana … Continue reading

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Expanding Legalization of Marijuana Creates New Challenges for Government Contractors

As of spring 2015, 23 states and the District of Columbia have legalized adult use of marijuana for medical purposes. In addition, D.C. and four states – Colorado, Washington, Alaska and Oregon – have legalized recreational use of marijuana as … Continue reading

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