Recent Posts by National Drug-Free Workplace Alliance

Marijuana in the Workplace

The biggest issue for states is that marijuana remains a federally scheduled, illicit drug. Federal legalization of marijuana would virtually eliminate all employer protection in hiring.
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Driving

Because a growing number of states and the District of Columbia have legalized “medical” and recreational marijuana, it’s important for employers to be aware of the possible impact of marijuana to their business and identify and implement strategies to mitigate risk
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Marijuana as Medicine

Marijuana remains a Schedule I drug because it has no accepted medical value and has a high potential for addiction. There is no scientifically documented benefit for the use of crude marijuana for any medical purpose.
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Marijuana and Teens that Drive

Because a growing number of states and the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana, it’s important for parents to be aware of the impact of marijuana to their teen and young adult children, especially if they drive.
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The Best Prevention is Communication

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Prescription Drug Abuse & The Workplace

Primarily due to easy accessibility, prescription drug abuse is one of the fastest growing trends in the United States. There are many reasons people abuse prescription drugs. A common misconception is that many believe that prescription drugs are not abused or as addictive as the more familiar drugs such as cocaine or heroin.
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