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Pot during work hours? Here’s what Canadians are saying post-legalization

Stockhouse Editorial
0 Comments| 11 days ago

Cannabis has had a smaller-than-expected impact on workplace performance nearly one year after recreational legalization, according to a new survey of Canadian workers.
However, the survey says nearly 10 percent of Canadians say their employers allow cannabis use at work – and, according to a new poll, about half of those who can, do.
Payroll service firm ADP Canada commissioned an Ipsos survey that spoke to a sample of 1,160 working Canadians aged 18 and over. The results show most Canadian workers see cannabis having no impact at work in terms of health and safety incidents (75 percent), productivity (74 percent), absenteeism (71 percent), or quality of work (70 percent).
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