How will recreational and medical cannabis impact your employee benefits design and total health management?
Cannabis in the workplace will impact your employee benefits design and total health management strategy and overall employee value proposition. According to our national survey, 2 in 3 employers do not offer cannabis coverage as part of their employee health benefits, and 74% of employees have taken notice.
Everyone from HR professionals to the C-suite are feeling the pressure to address medical and recreational cannabis in the workplace. The implications of cannabis consumption must be thought through carefully across the entire organizations operations, including updating code of conduct policies, revising employee benefit plans, and effectively communicating these changes to employees.
Learn more as we explore how cannabis in the workplace will impact both employers and employees:
MEDICAL CANNABIS IN THE WORKPLACE - INFOGRAPHIC
Discover the top three concerns among Canadian employers around medical cannabis and critical considerations for your organization’s total health management strategy.
CANNABIS IN THE WORKPLACE – WEBCAST
Learn how employers are navigating the unchartered territory of cannabis in the workplace. See how you can address the workplace impacts of recreational cannabis and incorporate medical cannabis into your employee benefits plan.
As employers face this changing landscape, they must adapt quickly and address their plans, policies and programs to bolster the employee value proposition. Consider your philosophy and approach, your benefits coverage options, your plan design—and take action.
Mercer’s team of experts can help you create effective solutions for your workplace. Be in control of cannabis in the workplace. Contact your Mercer consultant today.
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