Published: Mon, November 13, 2017
World | By Tasha Manning


Recent marijuana laws have raised a lot of questions about weed and the workplace.

Marijuana on the job

The study found that 10% Of workers said they've got to work high on marijuana.

And it is not just because some states have legalized medical and recreational marijuana: 81% said they obtained the weed illegally. However, the study also found that 94% of workers would be "highly" unlikely to use marijuana at work.

Furthermore, 3% of workers admitted to coming to work on illegal drugs, though 96% of people said they would be "highly unlikely" to take illegal drugs at work.

Prescription drug use

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A little over 28% of employees However, if you do not know what to do, you will not be able to pay for it.

Drug users are taking the pil Ls for recreational use.

See the signs

Signals indicating someone is high on the job can vary, but spotting the signs is very important to the safety

What can you do

For more on drug abuse on the job, check out a training shop on the topic at

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