Next up in the Not Fully Legal annals, we have the fact that many California employers still require drug screening as a hiring prereq. Yet, drug testing has indeed changed, if only in terms of employer perspective.
Riverside Press Enterprise
- On the Jan. 1, Nevada’s landmark law making it illegal for an employer to discriminate against possible hires who test positive for weed went into effect. Even before that, shifting opinions were affecting test reactions. “Many employers say that, since it’s legal, they’re more reluctant to make a hiring decision based on the test,” according to Richard Paul of the San Diego law firm Paul, Plevin, Sullivan & Connaughton.