The Illinois General Assembly passed a bill to legalize the recreational use of marijuana and Gov. J.B. Pritzker has promised to sign the legislation, which would take effect Jan. 1. Some employers might start turning a blind eye to employee use. Other employers, however, might still ban its use, taking action against employees who test positive for pot.

The Illinois General Assembly passed a bill to legalize the recreational use of marijuana and Gov. J.B. Pritzker has promised to sign the legislation, which would take effect Jan. 1. Some employers might start turning a blind eye to employee use. Other employers, however, might still ban its use, taking action against employees who test positive for pot.

Will employers test for weed once legal in Illinois?

Some employers might start turning a blind eye. But don’t keep a pipe at your desk just yet.

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