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kevjob 09-15-2014 01:14 PM

Medical Marijuana Laws and Employment
 
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just a heads up for those in states that have medicinal and recreational marijuana as it pertains to employees and employers rights.

wallmaxx 09-15-2014 06:33 PM

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just a heads up for those in states that have medicinal and recreational marijuana as it pertains to employees and employers rights.

If I ever have to hire anyone again...........NO potheads and NO long hair. My job. My money. My conditions.

Accept it or keep on truckin' down the road. Sounds fair to me....my company and all.

Frank Castle 09-15-2014 10:04 PM

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If I ever have to hire anyone again...........NO potheads and NO long hair. My job. My money. My conditions.

Accept it or keep on truckin' down the road. Sounds fair to me....my company and all.

Potheads I understand.

From my understanding, this long hair was a pretty good carpenter in his day.

Calidecks 09-15-2014 10:17 PM

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Potheads I understand.

From my understanding, this long hair was a pretty good carpenter in his day.

No one knows what Jesus really looked like.

Frank Castle 09-15-2014 10:25 PM

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No one knows what Jesus really looked like.

However this is the image the masses have assigned to Him.
Kinda of Ironic.:whistling

Calidecks 09-15-2014 10:43 PM

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However this is the image the masses have assigned to Him.
Kinda of Ironic.:whistling

Speaks volumes about the masses, says nothing about Jesus.

Calidecks 09-15-2014 10:44 PM

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The next time I hire someone they will need to like golf. Something about a guy who likes golf. To me it tells a lot about them.

WarnerConstInc. 09-15-2014 10:46 PM

Golf is my favorite recreational activity. Are you sure about that?

Jaws 09-15-2014 10:47 PM

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The next time I hire someone they will need to like golf. Something about a guy who likes golf. To me it tells a lot about them.

:laughing:

I like driving the buggy for my brother. Does that count :laughing:

Calidecks 09-15-2014 10:47 PM

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Golf is my favorite recreational activity. Are you sure about that?

Maybe I will rethink that comment.

totes 09-15-2014 10:53 PM

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The next time I hire someone they will need to like golf. Something about a guy who likes golf. To me it tells a lot about them.

That was random. You must have been thinking of employees on grass.

Frank Castle 09-15-2014 10:54 PM

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Speaks volumes about the masses, says nothing about Jesus.

True.

As not to offend,
This religious discussion is over.
I'm out.

Calidecks 09-15-2014 10:55 PM

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That was random. You must have been thinking of employees on grass.

I was thinking of employees and what they do for recreation. If a guy is a golfer chances are he's not a homie or a crack smoker.

Jaws 09-15-2014 11:01 PM

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I was thinking of employees and what they do for recreation. If a guy is a golfer chances are he's not a homie or a crack smoker.

Hunting and fishing for me. CT is my only real hobby though. I pretty much just work. :laughing:

Irishslave 09-15-2014 11:07 PM

Phucking Potheads......generally pesky.....always late.....talk ridiculous lunatic chit all day long......are not very furtive with it's use (wanna do it right out in the open) and when you do try to hide it.....get a clue......you can smell it 2 football fields away......I've also found they are a little dishonest....sometimes more than a little.....if you have a thief...chances are he's a pothead too

totes 09-15-2014 11:10 PM

The golf course is probably not the worst place to rub shoulders, so to speak. Be overly friendly, perhaps pass out a business card or 2 . Have your logo'ed vehicle in the parking lot.

Calidecks 09-15-2014 11:28 PM

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Hunting and fishing for me. CT is my only real hobby though. I pretty much just work. :laughing:

Golf will really do wonders for your work game.

RangoWA 09-24-2014 10:51 AM

Well, in this state it's legal and we have shops popping up like mushrooms. I have heard of a case where an employer got into hot water for firing a guy that tested positive for pot. Problem is, since it's legal they can no longer consider it a condition of employment. They had to hire the guy back and God knows what.

pinwheel 09-24-2014 11:03 AM

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Well, in this state it's legal and we have shops popping up like mushrooms. I have heard of a case where an employer got into hot water for firing a guy that tested positive for pot. Problem is, since it's legal they can no longer consider it a condition of employment. They had to hire the guy back and God knows what.

Wonder what's gonna happen out there when we get a more conservative administration, who chooses to enforce Federal law? It's only legal as state law right now.

RangoWA 09-24-2014 11:14 AM

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Wonder what's gonna happen out there when we get a more conservative administration, who chooses to enforce Federal law? It's only legal as state law right now.

That's a good point, no one really knows. I'd sure hate to invest in a business with that looming over my head. A lot of permits haven't been granted yet though, seems a lot of them simply expected to open up the doors and haven't followed through with the permitting process. I know...hard to believe. :laughing:


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