#WorkforceWednesday: CA Passes Proposition 22, New Marijuana Laws, New Administration’s Impact on Your Business - Employment Law This Week®

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It’s #WorkforceWednesday. This week, we focus on key state-level election results impacting employment law and what a new administration will mean for your business.

Proposition 22 Passes in CA, Further Narrowing AB5 (video attached)

California voters passed Proposition 22, which will exempt app-based transportation and delivery network companies from the state’s AB5 worker classification law. Attorneys Amy Ramsey and Kevin Sullivan tell us what this means for CA employers See more +

It’s #WorkforceWednesday. This week, we focus on key state-level election results impacting employment law and what a new administration will mean for your business.

Proposition 22 Passes in CA, Further Narrowing AB5 (video attached)

California voters passed Proposition 22, which will exempt app-based transportation and delivery network companies from the state’s AB5 worker classification law. Attorneys Amy Ramsey and Kevin Sullivan tell us what this means for CA employers and the gig economy more broadly.

Marijuana Wins Big on Election Day

Voters in Arizona, Montana, New Jersey, and South Dakota approved adult recreational marijuana use. Mississippi and South Dakota also legalized medicinal marijuana. Employers should review workplace drug and testing policies and be aware they may also need to provide reasonable accommodations for medical marijuana users going forward.

What a New Administration Means for Your Business

Join tomorrow’s DRI Virtual Employment Law Seminar, where attorney Paul DeCamp will discuss what’s on the horizon post-election for the U.S. Department of Labor. Moving forward, our new administration webpage will keep you up to date on the workforce management impacts of President-Elect Joe Biden’s potential policies.

Visit our site for related reading, our videos and podcasts, Other Highlights, and more: http://www.ebglaw.com/eltw186tr1 See less -

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