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The Challenges of Addressing Marijuana & Measuring Impairment in the NJ Workplace
Adult use of marijuana is now legal in New Jersey, and employers are required to address this issue from a workplace perspective. The New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission has recently issued guidelines to NJ employers regarding measuring impairment of marijuana.

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This webinar will allow you to ask real-time questions to the panel of experts on topics including:

• Legalization of Marijuana in NJ & Its Impact on the Workplace
• Guidelines on Measuring Impairment
• Supervisory Training Required to Address Marijuana Use
• Recent Legal & Legislative Developments related to Maintaining a Healthy, Safe & Drug-Free Workplace
• Updating Your Drug-Free Workplace Policies & Procedures

All attendees will also be registered for Drugs Don't Work in NJ - providing FREE services to businesses in NJ

Feb 9, 2023 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Nancy Delogu, Esq.
@Littler
Nancy Delogu is a shareholder at Littler Mendelson. She is a recognized authority on federal and state drug-free workplace and drug-testing issues and has drafted dozens of substance-abuse prevention policies, including Department of Transportation-mandated programs. Nancy also helps DOT-regulated employers comply with regulations and requirements addressing workplace safety and medical certification. She routinely counsels clients on implementing reductions-in-force that comply with the federal OWBP and WARN acts and similar state statutes.
Lauren Marcus, Esq.
@Littler
Lauren Marcus is a shareholder at Littler Mendelson. She represents and advises employers in various aspects of employment law and regularly advises and counsels clients on a wide array of day-to-day concerns, including leaves of absence issues, wage and hour questions and handbooks and policies. Lauren’s practice focuses on advice regarding leaves of absence and accommodations under both state and federal law, and paid sick leave. Lauren has represented employers in a variety of matters in both New Jersey and New York state and federal courts and before governmental agencies.