Workplace Reasonable Suspicion Training: Don’t be Left in a Haze
Now that Illinois has legalized recreational marijuana, every organization should have supervisors who are able to appropriately and effectively identify possible signs of impairment or being under the influence of marijuana. It is critical that supervisors understand the reasonable suspicion drug testing processes (observe, confirm, document, confront, test). Join Scott Cruz, Labor and Employment attorney at Greensfelder Hemker & Gale PC as he conducts this comprehensive seminar that will provide the necessary tools and skills needed to recognize and appropriately handle employees exhibiting signs of impairment or being under the influence of marijuana. Topics will include: How to approach an employee suspected of impairment and being under the influence of marijuana (techniques to use to ease tense situations) The warning signs of impairment and being under the influence of marijuana and what you should look for when determining reasonable suspicion Documenting observed behavior What happens after testing?