Cannabis Use in the Workplace (Single User 1-Year Rental)

 
Cannabis Use in the Workplace (Single User 1-Year Rental)
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Publisher:
Emond Publishing
 
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Available
 
Publication Date:
July 2019
 
Subjects:
Employment, Labour, and Human Resources Law; Policing, Security, and First Responders
 
 
 
 
 

Cannabis Use in the Workplace: A Manager’s Guide to the New Legislation clearly and practically outlines the challenges of cannabis use and abuse in the working environment. In this 19-minute video, program coordinator and professor Judy Hermann walks you through how the new cannabis legislation impacts the workplace, detailing relevant terminology surrounding substance use and abuse, the Ontario Human Rights Code and accommodation policies, managing an employee with substance use or abuse problem, and the managerial rights and responsibilities.

Cannabis Use in the Workplace: A Manager’s Guide to the New Legislation is essential viewing for anyone with a leadership, management, or human resources role within their organization; however, this practical resource is also suitable for any individual who wishes to learn more about this pervasive and critical subject.

This video lecture is available for a one-year rental period to a single user. For groups or shared use, please enquire about our licensing options at sales@emond.ca.

The Cannabis Act

  • Overview
  • Impact and amendments to other legislation
  • Workplace impact of the Cannabis Act for employers
  • Workplace impact of the Cannabis Act for employees
  • Regulation and distribution

Substance Use/Abuse

  • Terminology
  • Alcohol intoxication
  • Impact of substance use/abuse in the workplace

Manager’s Role and Responsibility

  • Identifying workplace issues
  • Workplace policies
  • Employee work and behaviour assessment
  • Support and assistance

Human Rights Code

  • Accommodation
  • Supportive workplaces
  • Safeguards for employers and managers
  • Impact of substance use/abuse in the workplace

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Judy Hermann

Judy Hermann has worked in youth justice services for over 25 years. After graduating from Centennial College’s Correctional Worker Program in 1991, she began her career with Operation Springboard as a residential front-line counselor, senior counselor (primary worker) and assistant supervisor in various open custody/open detention facilities. Before leaving Springboard in 2000, Judy was instrumental in implementing the Alternatives Project at 311 Jarvis Street youth court, known today as YCAPP. Judy joined Encourage Youth Corporation in 2000 and ran the Aftercare Support Program for youth being released from Project Turnaround until its closure in 2004. Judy has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from York University is working on completing her Masters in Criminology. In 2005, Judy was hired as a full-time professor in the Correctional Worker Program at Centennial College and took the lead in implementing a newly reinvented program which was rebranded as the Community and Justice Services Program. Since 2006 Judy has been the coordinator for the Community and Justice Services Program at Centennial College.

 
 
 
 
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Cannabis Use in the Workplace (Single User 1-Year Rental)

Format: Digital
Cover: Online
Colour: Full Colour
Status: Available
ISBN/ISSN:978-1-77255-663-6

Price: $14.95
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