Here’s some good news about the labor market: The cannabis industry is creating jobs at a rapid pace, a new study from employment site Glassdoor finds.
Metrolinx is bringing in a tough new anti-cannabis policy, banning recreational use by employees or contractors in nearly 140 categories of “safety-critical” jobs.
Can’t you just tell your boss or my condo board you have anxiety, if they come after you for smoking on the job or in my apartment? How far will medical exemptions get you, exactly?
With medical marijuana now legal in well over half of the U.S. and recreational marijuana use allowed in nine states (and counting), cannabis companies are scrambling to fill a rush of new jobs in the industry—an estimated 340,000 of them nationwide by 2020.
One of the first rules of operating a successful black market drug dealing operation is to never get high on your own supply.
A Colorado widow is battling her late husband’s insurance company because it decided to cut his worker compensation over marijuana.
The marijuana industry is currently booming, and there’s plenty of jobs available for people who want to work with cannabis.
A lot has changed since Ross Rebagliati’s legendary performance at the 1998 Winter Olympics.
Weed legalization in Canada is going to have a profound effect on the workplace and will likely lead to lawsuits over dismissals, experts tell VICE.
Facility plans to produce 25 to 30 times more cannabis, create up to 200 jobs.