California introduces bill to protect from medical marijuana users from employment discrimination
Tags : Drug Screening
Assembly Bill 2069 seeks to prohibit an employer from discriminating against employees “on the basis of his or her status as, or positive drug test for cannabis by, a qualified patient or person with an identification card.”
If passed, the bill would affect employers’ ability to enforce zero-tolerance employment drug testing policies and other efforts to maintain a drug-free workplace.
However, the legislation will allow employers to take adverse action against any employee who is under the influence of marijuana while on company property or premises.
Source: Jackson Lewis P.C., 2/28/2018
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