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Vial Behavior: When Does Employee’s Unusual Conduct Allow for Immediate Drug Test?

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We all have our days when we show up to work with a little red eye, in a bad mood and maybe even a bit “word challenged.” But when do those signs signal that an employee should be sent for a drug test? And how do you prevent claims of discrimination for singling that employee out? A court ruling last week gave some great insights. Plus, you can download a free sample policy on drug use and drug testing ..

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Mark Pettis April 23, 2013 at 9:48 am

As a small business owner, I drug test my employees (http://www.everifile.com/background-checks-and-risk-assessments/drug-testing). You can never be too sure, and it has cut down on a lot of liability for our company.



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