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.
At a time when most young people are still trying to manage the bumpy transition from academia to the workplace, Max Meade, 26, seems to have settled into a comfortable niche:
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?
While more Canadians are using medical marijuana for myriad issues, it can have an impact on their status in the workplace, as one apprentice found out.
The winds of change are blowing through employee benefit plans across Canada, and they smell like weed.
Joshua Jacquot says his employer won’t allow him during working hours to take the medication he needs to cope with depression and anxiety because that medication is medical marijuana.
That’s the stark warning from the Institute for a Drug-Free Workplace, a nonprofit that works to combat drug use among American employees.
Case exposes paucity of guidelines for workers and bosses, lawyers say