Even with the passage of Proposition 64, also known as the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, employers may continue to prohibit use, possession and impairment at work, and may continue to test for use when appropriate and lawful. Help protect your company from future litigation. Make sure your drug-free workplace policy clearly states the company's position on drugs in the workplace, including marijuana. Get started with our FREE Drug and Alcohol Abuse Sample Policy

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Offer expires 4/29/2017 and excludes existing or past members; existing or past subscribers; and previous free trial users. The 15-minute website tour must be completed to receive the Drug and Alcohol Abuse Sample Policy.

Important Note: The Drug and Alcohol Abuse Sample Policy (dated 01/01/2017) is only current until further updates are made resulting from changes to California law.

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