Should Your Business Use a 5 Panel Drug Test or 10 Panel Drug Test?

Despite recent trends in the legalization of cannabis, drug testing remains a fairly common practice in many industries. Drug tests can test for more substances than just marijuana, after all. Often, those other substances are of greater concern to employers anyway....

Could Background Checks Be Showing You Inaccurate Information?

An important part of the hiring process in many industries is a candidate background check. These background checks provide employers with assurance and peace of mind about potential new hires. While many applicants with criminal records may still be great employees,...

4 Big Companies That Don’t Drug Test and Why

Both laws and public opinion about some recreational drug use have changed in recent years. Specifically, cannabis legalization in many U.S. states has prompted widespread change in drug test policies for companies nationwide. As of 2022, 37 states have legalized...

Will Adderall Show Up on a Drug Test?

It is a common misconception that prescription medications won’t appear on drug tests. However, whether they are looking to detect specific medications or there are ingredients in that prescription that the test can detect, there is more to drug testing than just the...

Should Companies Pay New Hires for Time Related to Drug Testing?

Whatever the reasoning for drug testing your employees, whether it’s a new hire, post-accident testing, or recurrent testing, you are entering an agreement with your employee. When employees sign on, they agree to your specific drug policy stipulations.  That means...
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