Debra Friedman was quoted in Law360 discussing pre-employment testing policies. "Drug tests only identify past use, they can't confirm current impairment. As such, employers should train managers to recognize indicators of marijuana use, such as bloodshot or watery eyes and poor coordination. If an employer is going to take action based on somebody being impaired at work, they need to have a good faith belief that the person was impaired, using objective symptoms that were observed," Friedman said.
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