This information-packed webinar explores best practice strategies for handling this challenging situation both tactfully and legally. In just 75 minutes you will learn:
- How employers should address the use of prescription medications by employees in their drug and alcohol policies (if at all)
- What to do if an employee cannot perform the job safely while using prescription medications
- When employers can conduct drug testing for prescription medications, and the pitfalls of doing so
- Employer obligations when employees become addicted to prescription medications
- Post-drug rehabilitation rules for drug testing
- Whether medical marijuana should be treated like other prescription medications
- If employers must tolerate the use of medical or recreational marijuana in states where it is legal
Product ID: 5359
Learn Best Practices for Legally Addressing Employee Use & Misuse of Prescription Medications in the Workplace!Order my recording now
Kathryn J. Russo
Shareholder, Jackson Lewis P.C.
Kathryn J. Russo is a Shareholder in the Long Island, New York, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. She is a firm resource on the legal issues implicated in workplace drug and alcohol testing arising under federal, state and local laws.
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