4 in 10 Managers Don’t Think They Have to Accommodate Medical Cannabis Use

Article by HRReporter.com

4 in 10 managers don't think they have to accommodate medical cannabis use Many think random drug testing is allowed if OK by CEO: survey By Staff 11/11/2019| hrreporter.com People wait in line at a Cannabis NB store on the first day of legalization in Canada on Oct. 17, 2018 in Saint John, N.B. Shutterstock One out of three workers in Canada think that if they have disclosed they have a medical cannabis licence, they can consume cannabis during work hours.

One out of three workers in Canada think that if they have disclosed they have a medical cannabis licence, they can consume cannabis during work hours.

In addition, four in 10 managers in Canada think employers don’t have a duty to accommodate medical cannabis use.

Both parties are wrong, says Responsible Cannabis Use (RCU) in Toronto, which conducted the survey.

“Employers not only have a responsibility to provide these accommodations, but the accommodations should be specific to the needs of the individual.”

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