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Drugs Don’t Work in NJ to Host Webinar Discussing the Challenges of Addressing Marijuana & Measuring Impairment in the NJ Workplace
MILLBURN, NJ — Adult use of marijuana is now legal in New Jersey and employers are required to address this
issue from a workplace perspective. New Jersey business leaders who are interested in maintaining a safe, healthy
and drug-free workplace are invited to participate in the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey’s (PDFNJ) FREE
Webinar: The Challenges of Addressing Marijuana & Measuring Impairment in the New Jersey
Workplace, at 11 a.m. on Thursday, February 9, 2023.
The webinar, hosted by PDFNJ’s workplace prevention program, Drugs Don't Work in NJ, will examine the legal
and legislative developments regarding use of marijuana in New Jersey, measuring impairment, drug testing and
how to revise your drug-free workplace policy and procedures.
The panelists will include, Nancy Delogu, Esq. of Littler, Washington, D.C, a nationally recognized authority on
federal and state drug-free workplace and drug testing issues, and Lauren J. Marcus, shareholder for Littler
Mendelson P.C., who represents and advises employers in various aspects of employment law. The webinar will be
moderated by WRNJ’s distinguished broadcasting and media host, Bert Baron, an inductee in the New Jersey
Broadcasters Association Radio Hall of Fame, who has volunteered countless hours to support numerous New
Jersey non-profits and charitable organizations.
“Adult use of marijuana is legal in New Jersey, and employers need to proactively address this issue in the
workplace,” said Angelo Valente, Executive Director of PDFNJ. “This webinar will help business owners
understand how to measure impairment and create a successful workplace policy.”
Representatives from small, mid-sized, and large businesses, human resource managers, compliance and safety
experts, government and union representatives, and not-for-profit executives are invited to attend. Those interested
in participating in the free webinar can register HERE.
Following the webinar, all participants will receive follow-up information to help adjust their policies and
procedures in accordance with any changes taking place on this issue, thereby becoming members of Drugs Don’t
Work in NJ. All programs and services provided in this program are FREE of CHARGE.
For questions about this webinar or the FREE programs and services offered to all New Jersey businesses by
PDFNJ, please contact Bill Lillis, CPS, Drug-Free Workplace Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 862-253-6808.