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The rapidly changing laws around marijuana use have presented a significant amount of confusion, ambiguity, frustration, and risk to businesses, as it is applied to employment.
This course is designed to provide you with a practical and relevant understanding of examples around the changing legal landscape across the United States, as well as how you as an employer can best equip yourself to remain compliant in administering your workplace policies.
By attending this training, employers and their leaders will have:
The shifting laws and changing public perception of marijuana use continue to stun and diminish employer’s perception of how they effectively manage workplace safety. Without a solid understanding of what an employer can and cannot do, current policies and practices can pose a substantial risk to your business.
Owners, managers, supervisors, and human resource professionals need to have a sound understanding of this changing view on marijuana use, so they can set the appropriate policies and practices in place with their employees. They need to be well versed so they can provide the proper expectations with their workforce.
Attendees will understand:
Brenda is a practicing Human Resource professional and business consultant. She has worked for five Fortune 500 corporations, consulted to over 450 c-suite executives, and led the reformation of HR infrastructure within 400 small businesses. In 2016 she became a volunteer as an executive coach with The Honor Foundation, establishing a solid reputation in the Navy SEAL community, and developed a deep understanding of the SEAL mindset. She discovered that SEALs did not possess basic business acumen upon exiting their naval career.
In January 2017, she started Phase II, a small 501(c)(3) organization that provides pro bono business consulting and wellness support to the SEAL community. Her exposure to the varying physical and neurological needs of these elite combat veterans allows her the opportunity to educate all veterans of their rights under Americans with Disabilities Act (post naval career), as well as alternative naturopathic treatments to the Naval Special Warfare community.