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Lazy Learners, Paid Leave and Recreational Marijuana

Lazy Learners, Paid Leave and Recreational Marijuana – 3 articles you do NOT want to miss.

Lazy? Is it Because You Like to Learn? Science Says Yes!

Okay, new study comes out that says people who need to learn a lot tend to be less active than people who are currently happy with the state of their brains. Okay, it doesn’t actually say that and there are some problems with the study, but overall it makes sense–if you are more focused on […]

US Labor Department announces $1.1M to study paid-leave programs

US Labor Department announces $1.1M to study paid-leave programs continues department’s ongoing work to support working families.
– The U.S. Department of Labor’s Women’s Bureau today awarded $1.1 million in grants to research and analyze how paid-leave programs can be developed and implemented across the country…

California’s Recreational Marijuana Initiative Is Not Expected To Impact Employer Workplace Drug Policies

California may be the next state to join Alaska, Colorado, the District of Columbia, Oregon and Washington in legalizing adult recreational use of marijuana.  On November 8, 2016, California voters will decide whether to approve Proposition 64, the “Control, Regulate and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana Act” (the Act), which would legalize recreational marijuana for individuals over the age of 21.  If voters approve the Act, however, it is not expected to interfere with the right or ability of California employers to implement and enforce their workplace drug policies, including drug-testing…

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