5 Ways in Which Parents Can Prevent Drug Abuse in Teens

Today, more and more teenagers are experimenting with drugs at an early age. Therefore, parental awareness is key to a life without addiction. Unfortunately, for too long now, parents have risked their children’s physical and mental well-being by operating under...

5 Tips for Employers to Create a Drug-Free Work Environment 

According to the Nation Safety Council, one in twelve workers in the U.S. is dealing with a substance abuse problem. Not only is addiction problematic for individuals and their families, but employers also lose billions of dollars a year due to on-site accidents, loss...

Why Background Checks Are Essential in Your Recruitment Strategy

As a business owner, you will learn that reputation is everything. Your reputation brings the customer in and keeps them coming. Legitimizing your brand starts with the face of your business, your employees. Furthermore, to safeguard your name, you need to know and...

Professions Where Drug Screening Employees Is Crucial

Substance abuse not only has devastating effects on families but also on the economy. It is no wonder why drug testing employees has become essential in the workplace. The National Safety Council has created a Substance Use Cost Calculator for Employers to show how...

Drug Testing Kits: How Reliable Are They?  

Drug testing kits are designed to showcase the presence of prescription or illegal drugs in urine. Most kits indicate that they will react to marijuana, cocaine, opiates, amphetamines, methamphetamine, PCP, barbiturates, benzodiazepine, methadone, ecstasy, oxycodone,...

7-Year Rule for Background Checks: How Does It Work?

It is important for employers to understand exactly what a background check looks for and covers when scoping out a prospective employee. Otherwise, they may be surprised when something comes up later that did not come up as part of the background check. The reality...
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