What is the Drug-Free Workplace Act, and Why Is It Important?

In April of 1988, the Drug-Free Workplace Act was passed by Congress to set the standard for eliminating drug use in the workplace. The act was set forth for federal employees requiring them to submit a urine test before starting their employment. Additionally,...

Suspect Drug Abuse Problems in the Workplace? Here’s What To Do

Drug testing in the workplace can be a controversial topic. This is especially true in light of the changing medicinal and recreational marijuana laws in certain states. However, drug abuse on company time poses many risks to you and your employees. The fact remains...

The Pros and Cons of Drug Testing In The Workplace

Requiring employees to submit to pre-employment and routine drug testing has become common in the American workplace. The primary reason that an employer would require a drug test in the workplace is to ensure that every employee hired is of the highest quality. There...

Random Drug Testing: Why It’s Important in the Workplace

If you are an employer, you may or may not require people to get a drug test before coming to work for you.  Random drug testing is also an option for your business, whether you have 50 employees or thousands.  You may be worried that this type of drug testing will...
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