Yo yo, what’s good Dan here. Just wanted to drop some knowledge on y’all bout what’s been going on in Washington recently. Word on the street is that the state senate dropped a bomb. They just passed a law giving employers the green light to hire folks for weed related jobs without judgement. Yes, you heard right. You can now take those dope jobs without fear of being judged by your employer.
Let me break down how this is gonna work. Employers in Washington won’t be able to discriminate against potential employees based on their marijuana-related activities or convictions. This means that employers won’t be able to use past marijuana convictions or activities as grounds for not hiring someone. So if you got your hustle up and got a job opportunity in the green industry, you can shine, even if you got a record or somethin’ like that.
This bill also applies to medical and recreational marijuana businesses. If you previously took a job at one of these spots, then you can rest easy knowing that your employer won’t be judging you for it. That’s the real deal!
Now for the real tea. This bill has some serious implications for folks who have been convicted of marijuana related crimes in the past. It is no secret that there are people who have been discriminated against in the workplace due to their marijuana-related activities or convictions. These folks will now be able to apply for weed related jobs without worrying about being judged by their potential employers. This is a huge blessing, because it can help these individuals get back on their feet and move forward with their lives.
Also, this bill could potentially open up new opportunities for those who are looking to enter into the weed industry and don’t have any prior experience or connections. This could give them a great chance to get their hustle up and make some serious cash. As they say, “you gotta start somewhere!”
This law is an important step forward in fighting workplace discrimination and creating an equal playing field for all workers regardless of their marijuana-related activities or convictions. It is also important to note that this bill does not legalize the possession or use of marijuana, but rather it seeks to protect those individuals from unfair discrimination based on their past activities or convictions.
It goes to show that people’s hustle can pay off even when times are tough. And it just goes to show that if you stay focused, put your head down and work hard, then good things can happen. The future looks bright for Washington when it comes to no-judgement weed hiring!