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The pro-pot movement has reason to celebrate following their huge victory last week when Washington and Colorado became the first states to legalize smoking marijuana for recreational purposes.
But now business experts are wondering how it will affect the professional world.
The new law makes it legal to smoke in the privacy of your home, assuming that your home is located in either Washington or Colorado.
But, this does not mean you can smoke in public or come into work high.
Experts say employers better communicate exactly what they expect from workers under the new law. This way, if an employee is fired for coming to work high and then decides to take the case to court, the company will have a solid case against the employee.
The employee handbook literally must spell out to workers that it’s not acceptable to come to work high – as if that wasn’t obvious already. (BusinessInsider.com)