Join addiction and interventionist expert Bob Poznanovich as he explores the dangers of substance use in the workplace. He’ll discuss current trends, risks, and direct and indirect costs to businesses and organizations while touching on how the legalization of marijuana will bring additional workplace challenges.
-Understand addiction, the prevalence of substance use among working adults and the related costs
-Learn how legalizing recreational marijuana would impact the workplace
-Identify resources for helping employers ensure a safe and productive workplace while operating within the guidelines of the law
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Vice President of National Outreach and Business
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation
Prior to joining Hazelden Betty Ford in 2010, Bob Poznanovich co-founded and served as the CEO of Addiction Intervention Resources (AIR), Inc., a national behavioral intervention and recovery management company providing solutions to those struggling with addiction in their homes or workplace. He co-authored the popular Hazelden Publishing title, It Is Not Okay to Be a Cannibal: How to Keep Addiction from Eating Your Family Alive, outlining a practical course of action for families to break free from the grips of addiction and is recognized as an expert speaker and media resource regarding the cost of addiction in the workplace.
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, 15245 Pleasant Valley Rd., Center City, MN 55012