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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Becoming pregnant is a wonderful time for many women. Whether or not you are sure you are pregnant
or not, it is most certainly a life-changing event. Women will soon give birth to their child after 9 months of pregnancy. Continue reading “How to Find The Best Pregnancy Pillow to Help you Sleep at Night”
If you are a young sexually active lady, at one point in time you may question yourself on whether you are pregnant.
You probably did away with your regular birth control, and now you are experiencing symptoms that make you wonder if it is just PMS or pregnancy.
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It may not be exciting, but basic swimming pool maintenance is the key to countless delightful summer days. To keep your pool sparkling, clear, and safe, follow these guidelines.
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Your liver is a powerhouse of an organ. Sitting beneath your lower ribcage, your liver cleans toxins out of the blood and produces bile, which breaks down fats from the food you eat. The liver is basically your body’s filtration system. And, unlike other organs, it doesn’t regenerate quickly. Once it’s been scarred, it doesn’t regenerate at all. So, knowing how to take care of your liver is of utmost importance.
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Deciding to have children is such an exciting step. But, most couples try for at least six months before they finally see that little positive sign on a pregnancy test. You can speed up the process if you start tracking your cycle so you can try to get pregnant when you have best chance. If you’re wondering how to track ovulation, start with these steps.
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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says that a small amount of chlorine in tap water is safe to drink. But how do we get chlorine in tap water? What purpose does it serve, and how can we protect ourselves from ingesting too much chlorine?
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As exciting as it is to start your family, it’s also uncharted territory. First-time moms often find their heads swirling with questions once they see that little positive sign. But all those questions boil down to one: You just want to know how to tell if your pregnancy is healthy.
Know what symptoms to expect.
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