Independent Business Association of Wisconsin (IBAW) presents Marijuana, Changing Laws, and Its Effect on the Workplace
"Join us for a morning covering many aspects of a very complex business – and social – issue."
Milwaukee, Wis. – July 5, 2019 – The Independent Business Association of Wisconsin (IBAW) presents Marijuana, Changing Laws, and Its Effect on the Workplace, on Friday, July 19, 2019, 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Event will be held at the Wisconsin Club, 900 W Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis.
Panelists for the program include Cecilia Hillard, PhD, Neuroscience Research Chair, Medical College of Wisconsin; Rick Kalscheuer, R&R Insurance, and Charles Palmer, Workplace Safety, Michael Best Law Office.
Steve Kohlmann, Executive Director of IBAW, said, “Marijuana use continues to rise and employers are in a precarious position when tasked with maintaining the productivity of their workplaces. Of paramount concern is the safety of employees, clients, and data. Join us for a morning covering many aspects of a very complex business – and social – issue.”
Since 1973, the Independent Business Association of Wisconsin (IBAW) was formed for small business owners to engage in conversation relating to legislation impacting the bottom-line costs of businesses throughout Wisconsin. IBAW is a venue for high level CEOs, CFOs, COOs, other upper management and entrepreneurs to network, exchange business ideas, and become educated and involved on issues which impact their business. IBAW is time well spent!
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