Drug-Free Workplace Act

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    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...

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    Because drug use can affect your employees' health and productivity, it's important to periodically review your drug-testing policies. By implementing workplace drug-testing policies, you may be able to help prevent drug use before it starts, identify employees who need drug treatment, and reduce work-related accidents due to illegal drug use....

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    By now, employers in both the private and public sectors should be aware of the heightened litigation surrounding the administration of drug tests. Generally, drug testing is permissible under federal and state law. However, you must administer your drug- testing policies fairly and consistently and be careful to use the results in a...
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    By now, employers in both the private and public sectors should be aware of the heightened litigation surrounding the administration of drug tests. Generally, drug testing is permissible under federal and state law. However, you must administer your drug- testing policies fairly and consistently and be careful to use the results in a...
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    By now, employers in both the private and public sectors should be aware of the heightened litigation surrounding the administration of drug tests. Generally, drug testing is permissible under federal and state law. However, you must administer your drug-testing policies fairly and consistently and be careful to use the results in a...
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    By now, employers in both the private and public sectors should be aware of the heightened litigation surrounding the administration of drug tests. Generally, drug testing is permissible under federal and state law. However, you must administer your drug-testing policies fairly and consistently and be careful to use the results in a...
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    By now, employers in both the private and public sectors should be aware of the heightened litigation surrounding the administration of drug tests. Generally, drug testing is permissible under federal and state law. However, you must administer your drug-testing policies fairly and consistently and be careful to use the results in a...
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    Generally, drug testing is permissible under federal and state law. However, you must administer your drug-testing policies fairly and consistently and be careful to use the results in a nondiscriminatory manner. Drug tests can include preemployment screening, postaccident testing, and random and "reasonable suspicion" testing. Rules of...
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    By now, employers in both the private and public sectors should be aware of the heightened litigation surrounding the administration of drug tests. Generally, drug testing is permissible under federal and state law. However, you must administer your drug- testing policies fairly and consistently and be careful to use the results in a...
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    By now, employers in both the private and public sectors should be aware of the heightened litigation surrounding the administration of drug tests. Generally, drug testing is permissible under federal and state law. However, you must administer your drug-testing policies fairly and consistently and be careful to use the results in...
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