CAUTION!

  • By Amber Kruth
  • 22 Oct, 2015

Call before digging!

Calling first can prevent a disaster

Most of us have seen the signs and are aware of the need to call underground services before digging.

When you look at the surface you just don’t know what lies beneath. Digging into a live electric line or gas line could be fatal; breaking a water line could disrupt service to an entire neighborhood.

The same can be said when hiring a new employee. Call before hiring!

What looks good in person or on a resume does not always reveal the true character or habits of the individual you may hire. A past criminal record could prove fatal to your business. Even the recreational use of drugs could put the safety of other employees at risk.

No business wants to loose productivity or profitability due to a poor hiring decision. Large enterprise businesses may survive a few poor decisions but for a small business owner a single poor hiring decision could put the survival of their business at risk.

Call Courthouse Concepts before hiring !

The CHC Blog

By Mark Ridgeway 13 Oct, 2017
As of April 2017, there are 29 states that allow marijuana use for medical purposes. There is considerable variation in medical cannabis laws from state to state, including how it is produced and distributed, how it can be consumed and what medical conditions it can be used for.

At the federal level, cannabis is still a prohibited substance. However in 2014, the Rohrabacher–Farr amendment  was signed into law, prohibiting the Justice Department from spending funds to interfere with the implementation of state medical cannabis laws.

The following excerpt from a   Society for Human Resource Management  article gives a general overview of how medical marijuana impacts employers and the issues that need to be considered if you are in one of the 29 states:
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