YAKIMA, Wash.-- With still a lot of questions about Washington's new marijuana law and what it means for employers, the group, Safe Yakima Valley is holding a free training seminar about drug policy in the work place.
Even though I-502 was approved by voters, employers still have the right to require their employees be drug free.
Organizers say a local labor lawyer will be at the presentation to hand out free sample drug policies that could be adopted at your business.
"We're going to give you some real, tangible tools and materials to take back to your office to help really firm up and solidify drug policy and procedure in your workplace," said David Rolfe, executive director of Safe Yakima Valley.
The seminar is Wednesday, December 19th, from 4-5pm at the Howard Johnson Hotel in Yakima.
They do ask that you RSVP to David Rolfe at 509-248-2021 ext. 112.
Tuesday, May 21 2013 8:31 PM EDT2013-05-22 00:31:31 GMT
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