More Americans are using marijuana. Their employers are trying to decide how much that matters. One in six American adults now says they smoke marijuana, a share that has eclipsed the number of cigarette smokers, according to recent Gallup data, and expanding legalization of the drug has led more companies to scrap employee drug-testing. Instead, many are leaning on managers to spot signs that workers are impaired on the job and determine what to do when they are. For one thing, some companies say being high at work isn’t necessaril
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