How to Ensure Remote Employees Don’t Cheat on a Drug Test

The COVID-19 outbreak changed the traditional employment landscape as we knew it. Many companies shifted their operations to remote work or telecommuting during the pandemic. The assumption was that things would go back to normal after the health crisis. Instead,...

Do At Home Drug Tests Really Work?

At home drug tests are designed to detect a variety of common illegal drugs. Depending on the type of kit you get, at home drug tests have the capacity to detect up to 14 different substances. The most common is the standard 10 panel test. It screens for cocaine,...

What to Consider Before Implementing a Drug Test Program

According to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD), 70% of the estimated 14.8 million Americans who use illegal drugs are employed. Much of this population segment is high-functioning. But the risks associated with impairment of any kind in...

The Importance of a Drug Free Work Environment

A drug-free workplace sets a company and its employees up for success. Additionally, a safe and healthy work environment is foundational for optimal productivity and high levels of job satisfaction across the board. When a company has a drug-testing program in place,...

Urine Drug Test Vs. Oral Fluid Testing

Urine has always been the standard method for performing drug tests in the workplace for years. The urine drug test provides high reliability and accuracy. It is convenient to collect and process. There are several strategies people employ to thwart a urine drug test....

How Drug and Alcohol Testing Could Save an Employee

In the past few decades, employers have begun requiring all employees to submit to pre-employment and routine drug and alcohol testing. This is in order to promote a positive and safe working environment. When it comes to pre-employment drug testing, there is often...
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