Workplace Drug Testing

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Business

 

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Marjorie M

 

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October 2, 2012

 

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For example, the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988 requires private employers to have comprehensive policies designed to prevent drug abuse when the federal contracts over $25,000. Thus, the main justification is complying with the law. Second, drug testing has beneficial results. Insurance costs will be reduced and productivity will increase...
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Second, drug testing has beneficial results. Insurance costs will be reduced and productivity will increase. Third, some business owners claim that the introduction of drug testing in the work environment has actually improved the morale of the larger workforce because the majority of employees are more interested in making sure that their workplace is a safe and productive one...
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