Beyond Pre-Employment Drug Testing
A robust testing program should include a variety of occasions to test in order to provide the most deterrent possible for potential drug-abusing employees.
The ROI of Random Drug Testing
Studies have shown that drug users cost workplace employers between $11,000 and $13,000 per year in lost productivity, absenteeism, and other costs. How do these costs compare to implementing a random testing program?
Drug Intervention and Random Testing
Learn the best practices employers should follow when an employee fails a random drug test, including an intervention or enforcement program.
Healthcare Specific Cases
An estimated one in 10 practitioners will fall into drug or alcohol abuse at some point in their lives. We review several healthcare cases of drug and substance abuse.