Here are four areas employers should consider when making policies about weed at work.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Employees still struggle with stress – despite the supposed return to normal. In fact, some mental health experts say it’s staggering. According to Mental Health America’s Mind in the Workplace report: 83% of employees experience early signs of burnout 25% of employees experience the most severe signs of burnout, which include poorer performance, cynicism toward […]
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Let’s hope you never have to discipline an employee with a problem this pungent.
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