| Posted on Thu, April, 30th 2015 by THCFinder
In case you missed it, adult marijuana use is now legal in four states and the District of Columbia…but that doesn’t mean that your employer will tolerate it.
Say what you will about the pros and cons of each initiative, but one of the glaring omissions in each of those laws is the lack of any sort of workplace protection for adults who are legally consuming cannabis on their own time. Needless to say, there are few people in this country who can be 100% open about their marijuana consumption, especially around their employer.
At The Weed Blog one of the most common emails we get from readers come from frantic cannabis consumers who have suddenly been confronted with the need to participate in a mandatory drug screening. These emails come from people who are seeking new employment as well as from people who have been at a job for a while. No matter what the situation, for otherwise law-abiding and hard working people, having to submit to a drug test can be humiliating and nerve wracking. So many questions abound from this dilemma. How long does THC stay in my system? Is there a detox I can use? How do saliva tests work? Will I pass?For years we’ve been inundated with emails on this topic, and haven’t been able to respond to every email we’ve received. Now we are excited to announce that we are partnering up with Pass Your Test to answer all of your drug test related questions. We have set up a new email for those of you who need help with this complicated topic.
All of our drug testing articles can now be found at drugtest.theweedblog.com, and you can send all of your marijuana drug testing questions firstname.lastname@example.org. We are also working on a live chat option, where you can get help regarding your impending drug test in real-time.
Until we as a movement are able to get some workplace protection in place as legalization matures, this will be an issue that continues to affect working Americans. Here at TWB, we want to help you find some answers you can trust.