The Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988 (41 USC 701 et seq.) requires federal grantees of any amount and recipients of federal contracts of $100,000 or more to undertake specific efforts to address and prevent drug use in the work place. The law doesn't require alcohol or drug testing, but testing is implicitly authorized as a means to maintain a drug-free workplace.Read More...
Drug-Free Workplace Act
From: HRLaws | 12/21/2012
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