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How has hemp changed the workplace

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With legislation It is spreading around the world at a rapid pace, and many are wondering how cannabis Change the workplace. In the United States alone, Raised 21 states of cannabis As many people use it chopsticks for medicine and entertainment. But as this new wave of healthcare and wellness continues to spread across the globe, it is also opening the door to other issues especially in major corporations. Although many people use cannabis for recreational purposes and after working hours, Employees and major companies are wondering if this new lifestyle might affect occupational safety.

How has cannabis affected major corporations?

When applying for a job, aspiring new employees know that the protocol when applying for work is a standard drug screening. For years, cannabis users have tried many tips and tricks to pass a drug check from drinking a lot of cranberry juice to buying an expensive five-day detox regimen to get rid of it. THC As much as possible given that Most detected in drug tests. However, there has been a cultural and political shift in how Americans approach cannabis use in today’s world.

As cannabis becomes part of the mainstream market, companies are embracing change. according to A recent report from NBC, companies accepted cannabis culture Hopefully weed will be less taboo in other workplaces. Rosie Mathieu, CEO and founder of Matthew Telecom. Amazon, one of the largest companies in the world, They dropped cannabis screening in their drug testing policy This year it explains that “because of where state laws are moving across the United States, we’ve changed course.” As more people choose cannabis for personal and medical use, companies are adapting to the times. But not all businesses are created equal.

Are more companies on board with employees who use cannabis?

It depends on the job you are applying for. Slowly but surely, companies are learning to adapt as society has changed its view of cannabis in the workplace unlike it did ten years ago. However, there are still limitations for cannabis users to be aware of. For people who operate machinery, drive a forklift, or deliver products in the car, drug screening is a must because employees are under the influence of any drug that can have deadly effects. And since hemp is still It is not federally legal and is still a Schedule 1 drug. Big companies still have the right to reject anyone with a positive test result depending on which state they are in.

The great fear of large companies and organizations is the coming of employees to work at a high place, which has become a nightmare for human resources. While some companies maintain a zero-tolerance policy, others are starting to implement New HR strategies for existing employees who use cannabis Such as training managers to spot signs of weakness and talking to attorneys about state laws and testing rules. On the other hand, some employers have reported allowing employees to do so Consume cannabis openly around the clock.

How will legalizing cannabis affect the bottom line?

In most cases, employers are of the opinion that the majority of individuals who use cannabis use it responsibly. The majority of cannabis users these days have jobs and can perform at work in the same way as someone who does not use cannabis. In it itself, cannabis has already changed the workplace. However, the best advice is to plan when applying for a new job. As a cannabis user, you should take the time to be aware of the latest state laws and company policy on cannabis use. And of course, make sure you are responsible for your cannabis use, or you will find yourself unemployed. General rule before applying for a job: do your research.



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