You may have an employment policy that prohibits employees from being under the influence of drugs, marijuana or alcohol while in the workplace without violating the ADA or FEHA. For more information, see
Drugs and Alcohol. You may implement and enforce a drug and alcohol-free workplace policy, even if you are not required to have one under the federal and state drug free workplace acts.
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