Getting a job oftentimes requires that you pass a drug test in order to get hired. And if you’ve been hunting for a long period of time, you don’t know what metabolites are still in your system even for legal substances. Continue reading “Don’t Wait for the Drug Test to Find Out if You’ll Pass”
Drug testing is common in workplaces. It’s the only way for employers to determine if an employee or a job applicant is on drugs. As an employer, you have the right and obligation to maintain a healthy and safe working environment and the only way you can do that is by drug testing your employees.
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Drug tests are only required for companies that do significant business with federal contracts. For everyone else it is optional, but courts have generally supported the right of employers to test employees for drug use. Most businesses use a third-party drug testing company for their drug tests, but there is no prohibition against doing it yourself with tests you buy yourself.
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Drugs in the workplace can be incredibly detrimental to your employees and your company if it is not taken care of. Your employees may end up hurting themselves and others when they are on the influence of drugs.
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The “coke” that dealers sell tends to contain about 50 percent pure cocaine. That means many samples contain less than half the substance they’re sold as – and some contain none at all. That’s because there’s a huge incentive for dealers to dilute their product and sell for a larger profit. And while some of the cutting agents thinning out cocaine supplies seem harmless, others may be even more dangerous than the substance they’re disguised as.