On September 22, 2022, Governor Newsome signed multiple new laws that are related to the use of cannabis, including protection from discrimination in the workplace that an experienced employment lawyer Beverly Hills, CA offers can explain to you in detail. According to the new law, an employer can not discriminate against an employee for their use of cannabis while off-duty. The law is set to go into effect January 1, 2024. Employers may need to review their drug use and drug testing policies in order to be in compliance with the new law by the time it goes into effect. The law will likely make it easier for people to use cannabis on their own time and not be in fear of losing their job for the activities they do in their off-duty time. The details of this law are still being considered and changes followed closely by employment lawyers who will represent employees who are discriminated against for this newly protected area.
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At Seber Bulger Law, we have the knowledge and experience needed in the area of employment law to help you. If you’ve been experiencing discrimination in the workplace for any of the protected areas, such as race, gender, sexual preferences, religion, disability, and nationality to name a few, then it may be time to talk with an employment discrimination lawyer. As we saw above, cannabis use will soon be added to the list of protected areas that you cannot be discriminated against for in the workplace, including not being fired from your job because you use cannabis when you are off duty. The details of the new protected area are being reviewed and researched by our employment lawyers so that they will be ready to help you as soon as the law goes into effect in January of 2024. No matter what discrimination you are experiencing in the workplace, you likely are protected and should speak with one of our lawyers who can help you make things right and protect your legal rights as an employee. Don’t hesitate to give us a call to begin discussing the details of your situation and taking the first steps to upholding your rights that protect you from workplace discrimination. We have represented employees like you have gone through the same things you are, and we are here to help you too. You deserve justice, and we can help you get it.
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We have the legal experience you need and are ready to help you. You can’t make things right unless you take the first step of talking with a lawyer, like from our law office, who can put their knowledge and experience to work for you. Call us today to schedule your consultation where you will have the opportunity to ask legal questions, discuss the details of your situation and what you’re dealing with, and begin receiving the legal advice that you need to set things right.