It is often hard to detach the idea of drug abuse and the drug abuser from the backstreets of urban centers. However, research indicates that as many as 70% of all illegal drug users are employed.
Furthermore, statistics from 2007 show that up to 79.4% of all adult binge drinkers and a further 79.6% of heavy alcohol users are employed.
The TN Department of Labor and Workplace Development also estimates that at least 1/3 of all employees know of illegal drug trade in their workplaces.… Read the rest
Drug testing is just an easy way of determining whether any substances from drugs are present in your system. This is conducted for various purposes, such as providing proof of one’s fitness as a parent in child custody case.
From time to time, companies and employers may also require employees to undergo drug testing, sometimes because individual employees exhibit drug-related behaviour that negatively affects the company as a whole. There are different types of drug tests, the most common of them being the urine and blood tests; you will be required to provide a sample of these substances at the clinic.… Read the rest
Reasons Behind Employee Drug Tests
Drug use and abuse are increasing by the day.
In fact, according to research done by HairFollicleDrugTest.info, hair drug tests are becoming more common in the US. Perhaps that’s because the USA consumes at least 60% of all illegal drugs in the world?
Surprisingly, the same research suggests that at least 77% of all drug abusers in the USA are employed; either partly or wholly. No surprise, then, that employee drug tests are conducted in many areas of employment.
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