What employees need to know about Illinois marijuana bill



State legalization opens up a lot of questions for both employers and employees when it comes to marijuana use in Illinois.

19 Comments

  1. The issue here is I can get fucking hammered on alcohol friday night and obviously be fine by monday morning. But impaired into Saturday morning. If I were to get high as fuck after work on Friday there's zero impairment by midnight but difference is a drug test would show pot metabolites (that's the non impairing parts that stay in your sytem). Only a blood test for active THC is accurate. If employers agree to that type of testing I'm fine with it. Otherwise it's discrimination of a much safer and healthier form of recreational mood altering.

  2. People are already doing that and there is nothing anyone can do to stop it. Most of the time managers don’t know when someone is high. Also any of those urine tests can be faked with synthetic urine.

  3. This is going to be a fun lawsuit when my company tests us for weed, and the shit is legal.

    Unlawful termination. Bring it on.

  4. Well marijunna kills motivation. So I see nothing good for employers . Dosen't make sense to smoke weed ,then drive home from work?

  5. Is Scott the biggest tool you have ever met…he's one of those people that went to AA is now sober… that sober bitch in him is written all over his face

  6. So this allows them to fire people for bullshit.They will say that the person was high no matter what.

  7. I have no problem with drug testing if it can tell the difference between a person who just got high or a person who was high the night before. Until that technology is here, drug testing for marijuana is like peeking into somebody’s shades at night.

  8. If you have an edible you won’t be messed up!!!!idiots!!! Spent so much on medical marijuana card now it’s legal yeeehaw shut up haters!!!

  9. Technology hasn't had the need to determine if you smoked 3 weeks ago or 3 minutes ago, I'm sure all of that is about to change.

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