This recorded webinar provides a first look at employer practices on a number of important topics such as:
- Recreational cannabis policy (including fit-for-duty, zero tolerance, social media and more)
- Supports in place for managing problematic cannabis use
- Impairment at work—how it is defined, and how it is managed
Monica and Nancy also discuss specific findings related to alcohol and drug (A&D) testing practices:
- Substances tested for and what are the determinants of “impairment”
- Logistics of testing: budgeting, who conducts testing, and what does the organization do if an employee refuses a test
- Considerations for organizations thinking about implementing A&D testing
Monica Haberl joined the Conference Board in 2015 as a Research Associate and Network Manager with the Organizational Performance division. She works with the Compensation Research Centre and the Council for Industrial Relations Executives. She has completed research in a variety of areas including total rewards, industrial relations, talent management, leadership and engagement.
Nancy Norton joined the Conference Board in 2017 as a Research Associate with the Human Capital research division. Nancy studied psychology at Mount Allison University and business at the University of Ottawa. She has worked on a range of research projects exploring topics including accessible work environments, diversity and inclusion, and human resource management and also works with the Council of Human Resources Executives.